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VOL. XXVIII. XO. 150. 



cure AGO, TIIIJRSDAV, JUNE 15 , 10 ! 



SPECIAL EDITION 



CiilLLY DAY AT BlLMONT 



Lanins Scores Impressive Victory 
in First Time Out This Year. 



“Specs” Crawford’s Fine Riding 
Gives Lytle Victory in Grand 

National Steeplechase. 

■ ■ - » — 

NKW YORK, N. Y.. June 1 There was a 
chill In the air at Belmont Park today that 
made the top of the grrandatand decidedly 
uncomfortable for those who made the trip 
to the bi{i Nassau County track without top- 
coats. 

There was al.«o a high wind blowing that 
helped the horses through the straight, but 
was a decided handicap in running up the 
stretch. A goodly crowd was ouc and the 
sport was v.ri>rtli while. 

The only stake feature was the Grand Na- 
tional Steeplechase, that fell to J. F. Flana- 
gan’s I.ytle. just because ‘’Specs'’ Crawford 
was the one rider of the four tliat used 
ordinar:.' judgment of i>ace. Then there were 
a couple of overnight races tliat were worth 
while and they furnished good .si>ort. 

A. J. Joyner started George D. Widener’s 
T.anius for the first time this yc'.r and the 
son of I langibliy and Southern Belle proved 
he is back well able to earn his way among 
the good ones wlien he wras an easy winner. 

His victory came in the three-quarter mile 
of the Diinlon, a highweight handicap and 
he carried 111) pounds to beat the Green- 
tree Stable’s Exodus, 115, tjeorge W. I..oft.s’ 
On Watch, the top weight at 140, and live 
other fast ones. 

IX FRONT ALI. THE W.\Y. 

No time was lost at the barrier and as It 
rose Mc.Mee sent I.anius away to such good 
advantage that he was clear in the early 
stages and good enough to make every post 
a winning one. 

Smoke Screen and Exodus were the ones to 
lead the others, while On Watch, always a 
slow beginner, was some way back and 
William A. brought up tlie rear. 

Sande tcok a course along the rail with 
On Watch and the son of Colon and Riibia 
Granda wa.s fortunate in finding has way 
through until lie was second after making 
the stretch turn. 

But I.anius was still racing along in front 
and he had ’nung to the inside raiks himself. 
An eighth from home Sande went to the whip 
on On Watch, but lie could not get to I-anius 
and the di-ive eventually took so much out of 
the Rofl liOrse that right at the end Exodus 
wa.s up on the outside to ju.st beat liim for 
second place in the last stride. 

This race suggests that^anius is fitted for 
better thing.s. lie Ins keen speed and fin- 
ished out the three-quarters in a manner to 
Indicate that he is capable of racing much 
farther. George 1). Widener was on hand 
to see his old gelding perform and was de- 
cidedly plea.scd with his showing. 

H. P. ^V^litncy’s Wliisliaway made his bow 
for tlie year in the mile dash for three- 
year-olds, the fourtli on tlie program. He 
was the shortest priced winner of the sprin.g 
racing on the metropolitan tracks, being 
quoted at one to eight. He had nothing to 
beat, but did his work so well that he was 
being eased up at the end after running the 
mile in 1 :37^. 

Quite a surprise came witli the decision 
of the closing race of the afternoon when 
the Rancocas pair, Zev and Whirlwind, were 
taken in camp by W. M. Jeffords’ Prince Re- 
gent, the latter earning the verdict by a 
nose in a terrific finush. 

Credit for tlie victoiy of J. F. Flanagan’s 

I.ytle in tlie three miles of the Grand Na- 
tional Steeplechase should go to “Specs” 
Crawford, whose handling of tlie gelding 
brought about the score. He was the one 
rider of the four that used good judgment 
in the handling of his mount and ^latiently 
waiting while the others raced along at a 
killing pace, which enabled Lytle to race 
jiast tliem tlirough the last quarter of a 
mile. 

now I.YTLE WON. 

The field went away at a hunting clip and 
I.ytle wa.s showing tlie way with Joseph E. 
Jj.avis’ Earlocker second, his .stablemate. 
plioenix, third, and the Grcentree Stable’s 
Kingdom II., with Vincent Powers up, last 
of the band. 

As long as it was a sens.blc pace, i.ytle 
was showing the way at a nice easy gallop, 
but going to the water, the second turn of 
tho coui'sa, there was a sliariicning of the 
speed. Earlocker went into co.ntimand and 
Powers rushed Kingdom 11. iqi from last 
place until he was second. 

As Kingfiom U. movixl Mahoney went after 
him with Phoenix and Crawford wisely per- 
mitted tliem to begin their run witliout mak- 
ing any effort to go along with them. At 



(CoDtinueU on twelfth puge.) 



YOWELL DEFEATS WOODBINE | 



Triumphs Over Brookdale Stable 
Crack in Blue Bonnets’ Prin- 
cipal Attraction. 



MONTREAI,. Que., June 14. — A. V. Thom- 
a.s’ Yowell, ridden by McTaggart, was vic- 
torious in the running of the Monkland 
Handicap, which featured the card at Blue 
Bonnets tliis afternoon. Woodbine, from the 
Brookdale Stable, was second, while Nomis 
was third. The race was a dash of a mile 
and an eighth, for Canadian-breds three 
years and over under handicap conditions, 
and brought together a field of five. 

From a good start Nomis and Sir Clar- i 
ence were tho ones to establish the early 
pace, with Moll Cutpurse, Yowell and Wood- 
bine following in the order named. This 
order v/as maintained until the field reached 
tlie stretcli turn, where there was a general 
closing up. 

Moll Cutpurse was blocked a couple times 
when she attempted to go through on the in- 
side, while McTaggart elected to come to the 
outside with Yowell. Sir Clarence began 
to quit, while Nomis hung on with rare 
coui'age. 

Yowell wore down the leader In the final 
eighth and under pressure held Woodbine 
safe through the final drive. The latter came 
wide at the stretch turn and closed resolute- 
ly. The winner was a pronounced odds-on 
choice in the wagering. 

Conditions this afternoon at Blue Bonnets 
were of a much better variety than what 
prevailed for the last few days and resulted 
in a decided increased attendance. The 
track was still on the slow side, but the 
public had a good line on the different start- 
ers and short-priced winners prevailed in the 
majority of the races. 

AQUATIC’S THRILLING FINISH. 

In a thrilling finish Aquatic, a Canadian- 
bred in the Brookdale Stable, graduated 
from the maiden ranks witli the running 
of the first race, when he came through on 
the inside and was up in the last stride to 
boat Sun Brae, with Terminal but a short 
distance back. 

The winner was ridden by Wallace and 
w’as outrun in the early stages. Happy 
Chances and Terminal were the ones to 
esUibli.sh the early pace and it was quite 
fast considering the condition of tho track. 
Sun Brae came through on tho inside at 
tlie stretch turn and closed fast under pres- 
sure, while Happy Chances tired. 

Wallace then sent Aquatic through next 
to the inner rail and in a whirlwind finish 
got up in the last strides. Sun Brae was 
u.sed up racing Terminal into defeat and 
tired right at the end. 

Showing sudden improvement over his 
previous race Hidden .Jewel captured the j 
.second race, outstaying Rolo at the end of | 
the three-quarters cla.sh. Hidden Jev/el was j 
a forward factor the entire race and in a I 
spirited finish put up a game battle for first 1 
honors v/ith Rolo. with the result in doubt ! 
until the la.st few strides, Trantula ran a 
good race to finish tliird. i 

This race was a costly one to II. Gregory. \ 
who rode Hidden Jewel, for he was fined i 
?50 by starter Morrisey and suspended for ] 
the remainder of tho meeting. J. Fletcher, ! 
astride Mayor House, drew a stiffer fine — | 
$100 and the remainder of the meeting by 
the starter. The horses were at tiic post 
fourteen minutes, the longest delay this 
summer. 

EAST FOR PERKIOMEN. 

The steeplechase under claiming conditions 
resulted in a victory for It. B. Strassburger’s 
Perkiomen. Tlie latter, which was ridden by 
Haynes, toyed with his opponents and when 
ready drew away under restraint at the end. 
Fair Mac took second place, while Caller 
Herrin was third. The race was a costly one 
for 10. K. Bo'son, for Bellringer fell heavily 
at one of the o’ostacles and sustained a brok- 
en shoulder. The horse was destroyed by 
the track veterinarian. 

Trainer, T. J. Donohue reported this after- 
noon that Oriole and Happy Chances would 
be schooled at Belmont Park next week. 

Lucky B. was placed on the stewards’ 
.schooling list and his entry refuse<l until 
restored by the Canadian Racing Associa- 
tions. 

Jockeys Claver and E; TcTison were forced 
to cancel tlieir mounts this afternoon, due 
to slight sickness. 

Fr.ank Tannehill was an arrival from New 
York this morning and wilt remain for a 
few days. 

J. W. Bean d''p.arts for his honje in Wash- 
ington, D. C., this evening, but will return 
to Canada later. 

Track superintendent Jack Donaltlson was 
highly complimented by a group of horse- 
men tills morning for the splendid manner in 
which he kept tho track. Tho going is pro- 
nounced the safest of any track in Canada. 

O. B. Akers w.as taken ill this morning and 
N. S. Vail saddled BeLsinda in the second 
race. 



VAHZY’S ROYAL HUNT COP 



Long Shot Captures Noted Eng- 
lish Race — Winners of 
Other Features. 



(SPECL\L CABLEGRAM.) 

LONDON. England. June 14. — Racing con- 
ditions for the second day of the Ascot meet- 
ing today v/cre far from good. The weather 
was cold and a strong wind and heavy rain 
also contributed to the discomfort of the 
spectators. 

Favored by the track conditions, the lightly 
weighted Varzy, carrying tlie colors of F. 
Gretton, led Stratford and Crubcnmorc to 
the finish in the Royal Hunt Cup. a handicap 
at seven-eighths mile and 1G6 yards for tbree- 
year-old.s and over. Varzy Is a four-year-old 
chestnut colt by Valens — Maritza. Twenty 
horses started in the race. Crubenmore, rac- 
ing in the interests of C. Rower I.'^may, was 
favorite at 6 to 1. \’arzy was at 20 to 1. Tct- 
rabazzia was second choice at 7 to 1 and 
Leighton third choice at 8 to 1. Varzy went 
into the lead when tlie race was about half 
over. Stratford, vigorously ridden by Pryor, 
moved up with a challenge in the stretch and 
was rapidly wearing Varzy dovrn at ihe fin- 
ish. He failed to get up by a short head, but 
held second place safe from Crubenmore by 
a length and a half. A summary of the race 
follows ; 

F. UrctUin’s Varzy, ch. c, 4. bj Valens — 5Ia- 

rilza (Ljncli), 9S tiLumls. 20 to 1 1 

L. (ratda's Stratfortl. b. c, 3. b.T Swynfonl — 

Ivcsbia (I’ryor), 95 pouii'ls. 100 to 7 2 

C. Rower Ismay’s Crubennioro, blk. c, 4. by 
Tracery — Balnacoil (Donogliue), 11.5 pounds, | 

0 to I 3 I 

Lord Derby’s Pharos, bay or brown colt, 
by Phalaris — Scapaflow, took the Chesham 
Stakes for two-year-olds at five-eighths. W. 
E. Whineray’s Backwood, bay colt, by Bache- 
lor’s Double — I.ady of Grace, wa.s winner of 
the Ascot Derby over the Sv/inley course of 
a mile and a half, and I.ord .Astor’s Pogrom, 
winner of the Epsom Oaks, sliowetl the way 
to her opponents in the Coronation Stakes for 
thrce-year-old fillie.s. A. R. Cox’s Galacielia 
was second and W. M. G. Singer’s Leighton 
Tor third in the Coronation. 

Lord Woolavington’s F'red Power took the 
Bessborough Stakes and Major Harold Cay- 
zer’s Poisoned Arrow was victor in the Wa- 
terford Stakes. 




TODAY’S FEATURE 1 

AT BELMONT PARK I 

I 



NEW YORK. N. Y., June 14.— The 
field for tho Coaching Club American 
Oaks, to be run at Belmont Park to- 
morrow, is here presented, toget’ncr 
with the weights, riders and probable 
odds : 



Horse. 


Wt. 


Rider. 


Odds. 


Emotion 


..Ill 


H. 


S.ande . . 


«> 


to 5 


Hee’s Wax ... 


..111 


L. 


McAtce . 


2 


to 3 


Many Smiles . 


..114 


C. 


FairbrolherCi 


to 1 


Rose Hill .... 


..111 


0 . 


Robinson . 


.20 


to 1 


Prnilish 


..111 


U 


Morris 


.30 


to 1 


King’s Fancy. 


..111 


L. 


Lyte ... 


.50 


to 1 



k. ^ 



LATONIA TRACK IS 

FORTY YEARS OLD 



Friday, June 9, marked the fortieth birth- 
day for the I.ntonia track. Tlie plant was 
opened on June 9, 1883, and the first race 
ever run over the course was captured by 
Chinn & Morgan’s Markland. Tlio first I.<a- 
lonla grandstand was about as large as the 
"baby grand” stand recently erected near 
the quarter post. Ixiuis Ezekiel, Cincinnati 
auctioneer, was present the first day the 
track was opened and was also on band on 
the fortieth amiiversary. 



Malcolm N. Mcl’'arlan, racing secretary 
at Devonshire and associate steward at Dor- 
val, is expected here tomorrow. 

Silas Veitch, J. W. HeaJy, B. Holmes, J. 
Hutton and the Foxhead Mews stables will 
ship to Hamilton at tlie conclusion of this 
meeting. 

Tho steeplechase race which was put on 
for tomorrow would not have filled had not 
Silas Veitch withdrawn Sea Tale. The own- 
ers would not enter their horses had she been 
entered. 

W. 1*1 Martin reported this morning that 
the plater H. C. Basch, which went wrong 
•some time ago, had been shipped to Havre 
de Grace and will be rested until next fall. 

Schooling hours have been established at 
Dorval Park from 9 to 10 a. m. daily. 

Jockey J. Chalmers, who was injured at 
Toronto during the Woodbine meeting, will 
resume riding at Dorval Park, 



FAST RACING AT LATONIA 



Change of the Track Conditions 
Gives Distinction Victory. 

Thibodaux Wins, but Has a Hard 
Time in Defeating Bonus 

and Cbatterton. 

• — — 

(BY J. L. DEMPSEY.) 

liATONIA, Ky., June 14. — Today’s good 
card was responsible for a return of the 
former large patronage, excellent sport, fea- 
tured by close finishes, and heavy specula- 
tion. The three-qiiarter.s handicap, which 
featured the card, resulted in an easy' victory 
for Distinction over some of the faste.st 
sprinters that could be mustered here. The 
McDowell mare was in extra good form this 
afternoon and showed the way throughout, 
carrying her 126 pounds impest in splendid 
style, and was really at no more than a 
stiff gallop for the entire race, though she 
covered the distance in 1 ill-*;;. 

She was sent out an extra quarter in antici- 
pation of her race next Saturday in the 
Enquirer Handicap. 

Marvin May and Marjorie Hynes were in 
close pursuit of her during tlie first half 
mile, but when Martin called on her she 
sprinted away readily. Marvin May ran a 
game race, but began tiring fast in tlie 

stretch and W'as pa.ssed by Martha Fallon. 

The race marked the debut of Best Pal and 

she showed well for a half mile, but fell 

back after th.at and brought up in last place. 

A fine baud of Ihree-year-oid.s met in the 
mile dash that preceded the feature and it 
furni.shed a closely fought contest from the 
start and a thrilling finish, in which Bonii.s 
just failed to overhaul Tliibodau.x, with 
Chatlerton in third place. 

The success of Thibodaux was mainly at- 
tributable to the clear course lie enjoyed, 
whereas Bonus and f’hattorton wore both fre- 
quent sufferers from interference, wholl.v 
due to blunders of their riders, who forced 
the interference on them by riding into 
pockets. Under equal racing lucl; Bonus 
would have in all probability won. wit’n 
Chatterton in second plaic. It was Thibo- 
daux’s fii-st start in the colors of his new 
owner and his race was a good one. 

KINDRED IS SPEEDY. 

II. II. Hewitt’s Kindred showed herself a 
speedy two-year-old in winning the si.xlh 
race, in wliich she outstayed Harry Payne 
Whitney’s I’unta Clorda. Connolly rode her 
vigorously and she raced into the leal at 
once, rolinqui-shing it iiriefly on the strelcii 
turn, liut outstayed llie Whitney fiily in ilie 
final drive. Lavinia wa.s a well supported 
one hero, but her chances were materially 
docrca.sed in the first eighth when Taylor 
took her back sharply as a resuit of J.iartin 
on Away riding close. Lavinia was going 
fast at the end and was directly in the 
rear of I’unta Corda. 

Some of the belter grade plating sprinters 
inaugurated tho day’s racing and the race 
furnished a severe less for tlie public, as 
a result of the defeat sustained liy High 
Cost, a gi'oat favorite, which succumbctl 
readily to Hadrian. It was the latter’s 
first success in nearly two years and he 
raced in fine style tliis afternoon. 

Taylor Hay. which has been running con- 
sistently in all his races, bat always failed 
of winning, was successful in tho second 
race, and he accomplished it in game style 
from Stone Age and Rencelaw. The favorite 
here, A1 Steblcr. ran a poor race and was 
always far back. 

PADUA’S I.L’CKY VICTORY. 

Padua, which was claimed in her last race 
by E. E. Mooar, scored at the first aslting 
for her new owner when .she won the tliird 
race from The V/it and Alox Jr. Her sue- 
cess was in tlie nature of a lucky one, for tlie 
diminutive C. lialls, on Gourmand, would 
have landed tiio purse had he succeeded in 
getting through next to the inner rail at 
any time in the stretch racing. 

Backers of favorites again experienced a 
bad afternoon and found the choices con- 
stantly failing tlicm. No pronounced outsido 
horse, however, got home in front. 

Mayor T. Bradley, resident manager of tho 
Lexington track, was a visitor and wit- 
nessesd his Yoshiml run In the mile purse 
with some spccnly thrce-year-olds. Ho 
stated that progre.ss was lieing made on 
the forty stall stable, destroyed by fire when 
tlie Camden and Milaim racing establishments 
were practically wiped out. The stable will 
again bo assigned to Messrs. Milam and 
Camden. 

Marine Corps was claimed out of the third 
race by A. \V. Jackson at a cost of $2,300. 
He was represented in the race by Alex Jr. 

Orders for reservations continue to pour 
In from all parts of the country by eager 



(Continued on twelfth page.) 





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2 — lloi Craig, Quecrcek, New Haven, Sea 

Serpent. 

3 — EDOAIl AT.T..AN POE, Rrainstorm, Mas- 

ter Hand. Cahalan. 

4— Emotion, Many Smiles, Dee’s W'ax, Rose 

Hill. 

5 — Frigate. June Grass, Bellsolar, Billy Mc- 

Laughlin. 

6 — King Solomon’s Seal, Sandy Hatch, Dust- 

about, Humboldt. 



BELMONT PARK FORM CHART 

KEW TOKK. >J. Y., V."EC1<ESDAY, JTT3?E H. 1922.— r.Hnont r.r.k miles'). Ei,TMc-ntii 

Chester Ibiein? Associatiou. SpriiiK ll"erins of 19 days. Vw'eatlicr c'ccj; temperatura ’4‘i“ 

Sfewanl to Rrjirrwr.t Jockey ('Inb. F. 11. Uitt-licock. Judges, E. C. Smith aud C. Coraili;:’. 
Mars Cassidy. Urn inc Secretary, A. lUL. Earlocker. 

Ktsciiig start.s at S:!."! p. m. (Chic.j£:o time 1:15 p. m.). W iDdicates whip, 8 spurs, H Idi 
nres in p-irenlhescs fcllowinR tlte disLance of each race indicate date, track record, age o 
weight carried. •Indicates apprentice allowance. 



day. West- 



-en. Starter, 



ik:n. Fig- 
■ hor.;e and 



LATONIA 

Tho horses which seem best in Thursday’s 
races are : 

Latonla, Ky., June 14, 1922. 

1 — Ix)rd Allen, Naughty Nisba, James F. 

O’Hara. 

2— Dust Flower, Fleeting, Begum. 

3 — Sportsman, Oo La 1-a, B.'^ass Tacks. 

4 — Orem (rOld, Ben. Bolt, Birdie G. 

6 — Light Rose, Parader, Neddam. 

6 — Panna, Tokihime, Dearie. 

7 — JOUETT, Tulalip, Sands of Pleasure. 

J. L. Dempsey. 

N««v York Handicap. 

1— NAUGHTY NISBA, Ararat, Lord Allen, 

Blue I’aradise. 

2 — Superbum, Begum, Idly M., Fleeting. 

5— Brass Tacks, FYed Kinney, Bojul, Wm. 

Oldt. 

4— Ben Bolt, Birdie G., Youneed, Honor Man. 

6 — P.arader, John Finn, Light Rose, Neddam. 

C — Kent 1>., Panmi, Dearie. Antonia. 

7— Jouett. Tulalip, Sands of Pleasure, Broth- 

erly Love. 

Clilcas'o and BnfTalo llaudleap. 

1— NAUGHTY NISBA, Ararat, Liord Allen. 

Barracuda. 

2 — Begum, Miss Meise, Lily M.. Prestolite. 

3 — ^Brass Tacks, Blue Deep, Sportsman, Oo 

La I.ia. 

4 — CoL Taylor, Pyx, Grayson, Birdie G. 

5 — Parader, Neddam, John Finn, Light Rose. 

3 — Kent L„ Panna. l^teaj-ie, Slanderer. 

7 — ^Tulalip, Jonett, Sands of Pleasure, Broth- 

erly Love. 

Ob.scrvor's Ilnudlcnp. 

1— NAUGHTY NISBA. Lord Allen. Ararat. 

James F. O’Kara. 

2 — Dust Flower, Begum, Alice Blue Gown, 

Fleeting. 

8 — Oo I.a l.a. Sportsman, Brass ’Tacks, Wm. 

Oldt. 

4 — Col. Taylor, Green Gold, Honor Man, Red 

Legs. 

B — Parader, John Finn. Advocate, Neddam. 

6 — Dearie, Tokihime, Kent L., Panna. 

7 — Sands of Pleasure, Jouett, Tulalip, Broth- 

erly Love. 

CoiiMciisnn of Hnnillcap!i, 

1 — NAUGHTY NISBA, Lord Allen, Ararat, 

James F. O'Hara. | 

2 — Dust Flower, Superbum, Begum, Fleeting. 

2 — Brass Tacks, Sportsman, Oo La La, Wm. 

Oldt. 

4 — Col. Taylor, Green Gold, Bon Bolt, Birdie 

G. 

5 — Parader, Light Rose. John Finn, Neddam. 

C — Kent L.. Panna, Dearie, Tokihime. 

7 — Jouett, Tulalip, Sands of Pleasure, Broth- 

erly Love. 

BELMONT PARK 

The ho.’^es which seem best In Tliursday’s 
races a.''e : 

Belmont Park — Qacens, L. S. Y., June 
14, 1222. 

1 — Pay Dear, Fos.*?!ble, Miss Smith. 

2 — Roi Craig. Queoreck, Sea Serpent. 

3 — Ekigar Allan Poe, Brainstorm. Master 

Hand. 

4 — EMOTION, Many Smiles. Rose Hill. 

5— Frigate, June Grass, Bellsolar. 

6 — King Solomon’s Seal, Dustabout, Giarre. 

F. J. Ortell. 
New Y'ork lln :id icn p. 

1 — Pay Dear, Miss Smith, Contact, Bel- 
phrinonia. 

8 — Roi Craig, Quecreek, New Haven, Sea 

Serpent. 

8 — EDGAR AI.T.AN POE, Brainstorm, 

Doughnut. Master Hand. 

4 — Emotion, Many Smiles, Bee’s Wax. Rose 
Hill. 

B — Frigate, June Grass, Billy Mcljaughlin, 
Tangerine. 

6- -Sandy Hatch, King Solomon's Seal, Hum- 
boldt, DustabouL 

Cliicn^o HittI ItnlTnlit llniidicap. 

1 — Contact, Pay Dear, Belphrizonia, Miss 

Smith. 

2— Roi Cniig. Queereek, New Haven, Sea 

Serpent. 

3— EDG.A.R AI.T.AN POE, (Jahalan, Pride of 

India, Brair..':torm. 

4— Emotion, Many Smiles, Bee’s Wax, Rose 

Hill. 

5— F'rig-.ite, Caligula, David Harum, Belksoiar. 
C — Dustatout, Chile, Humboldt, King Solo- 
mon’s Seal. 

OI»Hcrvcr*K II n n«l it>n i>. 

1 —Contact. Pay Dear, M'i.s.'; Smith, Possible. 

2 -Quecreek, Roi Craig, Sea Serpent, New 

Eaven. 

3— Edgar Allan Poe, Master Hand, Cahalan. 

Brainstorm. 

4- EMOTION, Bee’s Wax, Many Smiles, 

Prudi.^h. 

6 — Frigate, Bellsolar, June Grass, Billy Mc- 

l.aughlin. 

( — King Solomon’s Seal, Dustabout, Chile, 
Giarre. 

('oiiseiisns ot Ilandicapa. 

1 — Pay Dear, Contact, Miss Smith, Belphii- 
zonia. 



BLUE BONNETS 

1 The horses which seem be.st in Thursday’s 
races are : 

I Bine Bonnets — Montreal, Qae,, June 14. 
j 1822. 

1— J. K. I . Ros.s entr>'. Impersonator, Tipsy 

Dance. 

2 — Lilt, Heeltaps, Elizabeth Bean. 

3 — Overmatch, Minata, Butcher Boy. 

4 — BULI.ET PROOF, Manoevre. Caretaker. 

5 — Boniface, Golden Sphere, Bastille. 

6 — Peace F’al, May Roberts, North Wales. 

7 — Eromclia, Kuklux, Sangrado. 

T. K. Lynch. 

New Y'orlc Ilnndicnp. 

1 — Lynmouth, Impersonator, China, Dorienne. | 

2 — Heeltaps, Arendal, Elizabeth Bean, De- 

lusive. 

3 — ^Houynhnm, Butcher Boy, Minata, Over- 

match. 

4 — Mes.sines, Bullet Proof, Caretaker, Made- 

line Lillian. 

5 — BONIFACE. Golden Sphere, Muttikins, 

Parisian Diamond. 

6 — Harry M. Stevens, Peace Pal, ’^'akefiekl. 

Sand Mark. 

7 — Joaquina, Natural, Kuklux, Evelyn White. 

Chiens'o aud BnfTnlo Ilaiiillcap. 

1 — I.yiimouth, Procyon, Impersonator, China. 

2 — I'hizabeth Bean, Lilt, Heeltaps, Ailsie 

Vemor. 

3 — Overmatch, Minata, Houyhnhnm, Butcher 

Boy. 

4 — Messines, Monoevre, Bullet Proof, Auntie 

May. 

6 — BONIFACE, Gc^den Sphere, Muttikins. 
Bastille. 

6 — ^May Roberts, Wakefield, Harry M. Stev- 

ens. Peace Pal. 

7 — Grand Daddy, Widow Eedotte, Evelyn 

White, Kuklux. 

Obuerver’s Handicap. 

1 — China. Lynmouth, Impersonator, Procyon. 

2 — C. T. Worthington entry, Elizabeth Bean, 

Arendal, Heeltaps. 

3 — Overmatch, Minata, Houyhnhnm. Butcher 

Boy. 

4 — MonoetTe, Messines, Caretaker, Bullet ' 

Proof. 

5 — BONIF'ACE, Golden Sphere, Bastlile, 

Muttikins. 

6 — Ace, Peace Pal, May Roberts, Great 

Hawk. 

7— Bromelia, Evelyn White, Sangrado, Grand 

Daddy. 

Coojiensiis of Handicaps. 

1 — J- K. L, Ross entry, China, Impersonator, 

Tipsy Dance. 

2 — Lilt, Heeltaps, Elizabeth Bean, C, T. 

Worthington entxy. 

3 — Overmatch, Houynhnm, Minata, Butcher 

Boy. 

4 — Messines, Bullet Proof, Manoevre, Care- 

taker. 

6 — BONIFACE, Golden Sphere, Muttikins, 
Bastille. 

6 — Peace Pal, Harry M. Stevens, May Rob- 

erts, Ace. 

7 — Bromelia, Joaquina, Grand Daddy, Ku- 

kJux. 

OMAHA 

The horses which seem best In Thursday’s 
races are : 

Ak-Sar-Ben Park — Omaha, Neb., Jane 14. 
1222. 

1 — Maud M., Acclamation, Jno. R Roche. I 

2 — North Shore, Tawa.sentlia, Wise Judge. 

3— Thirty Seven, Miss FYauland, I. W. Har- 

per. 

4 — MOTOR COP, Ikey T., Money. 

3 — F'l’anklin, Woodie Montgomery, Manicure. 
C — Cork, Honolulu, Kazan. 

7 — Mark Denunzio, Lorena Moss, Boreas. 

G. W. Schilling. 

Chlcncro end nnlTalu Handicap. 

1 — Maud M., Capt. Hodge, Louise Paul, Ac- 

clamation. 

2 — Tawaser.tha, Winchester, North Shore 

Will o’ the Wir.p. 

3— 1. W. Harper, Thirty Seven, Miss Frau- 

land, San I’ablo. 

4 — MOTOR COP, Money. Manicure, Ikey T. 
5 Franklin, W^oodie Montgomery, Tony 

Beau, Manicure. j 

6 — Cork, Honolulu, Kazan, Hand Sweep. ! 
7 lx>reua Moss, Au Revoir, Leenrack, 
Boreas. 

Observer’s Handicap. 

1 — Maud M., Acclamation, CapL Hodge, Fitz- 

gerald. 

2— North Shore, Tawasentha, Winchester, 

Wise Judge. 

5— Tom Ellison, L W. Harper, Thirty Seven 

Myrtle A. 

4 — MOTOR COP, Money, Ikey T., Phrone 
Ward. 

3 — Woodie Montgomery, Franklin, Don Jose, 

Kegreso. 

C — Cork, Honolulu, Marshal TUghman, 
Kazan. 

7 iiara Denunzio, Lorena Moss, Boreas, 
Leenrack. 



Ofl>6:rCr-3 FI2.ST cage— S-S KHo Straiirht. (Sopt. 12, 2— 110.) Purse 81,113.83. 

2-ycax-oids. C’.aia'.ingr. llet va’ce to wincer $£12.88; second, $liiC0; tliird, $190. 



AWtITSt Q M *4 Str Fin 



C2349 TUB GIUL 
C2177 = f;OI-DEN FORK 
G2389»*SOVlET 
C2235 HAIDEE 
t2150»SU81ANNA 
C2389 AIR RUPni.R 



w 1C9 3 1 
w 104 9 2 
WB 103 11 7 
w 1C8 2 4 
w 99 10 8 
w lot 7 3 

WB 112 6 6 

w 99 4 n 



1' 1!> 1» I. Filter 
2' 2J C l..ang 



U F Carman 
J I. Ilcllar.a 



s' 3‘i K RuiltnrinW J Salmon 4 
8* 4* L Morris Sunny land Gtb 
6-i J J.Vr;r.i' o Svisdicate StaLIoll) 
3' 6* II TlrrmasU Waterson D 

74 7* C I’or.c? C A Applegate 1 j 



n 19 4 3 

13-.M3-ri 1-3 

7 7 2J 8-5 



8* E Rfll Syndicate SUibletD 20 10 6 3 

9" T D.avi'3 Allies Stable £0 50 TO 20 10 

0* C Rob's, m’.i’mcre Fm Stb 10 12 12 5 q 

i E Ainbrc-.S' J P.utler 30 39 15 6 3 



C2389 CHIEF FLYNN WB 112 6 6 6' 74 7» C I’onc? C A Applegate 15 20 tO 8 4 

C229;>*SMA'1TER POP w 99 4 11 HU 8* E pril Syndicate SUibletlO 20 15 6 3 

62S94 ABE SABIjOTASKT w 112 5 5 9J 9' 9" T D.avi's Allies Stable £0 50 TO 20 10 

63225 PPAIDENTIAL ws 112 1 9 lO'^O* 10* C Rob's, m’.Cracre Fm Stb 10 12 12 5 q 

62475 W’DDI.NG CIUMES w U2 8 10 51* 44 li E Ainbro.S' J P.utler 30 20 Ij 6 3 

tCoupled in betting; ua separate piece .ir show lasting. 

Th..e. 59>i. Track fa't. 

■Winner— It. f, by Meridian — Azyiade, by I'actua II. (iraincd by li. K. Cr.nn.an, Jr.; bred by Mr. Rich- 
ard F. Carman). 

Went to post at 2;1.’>. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; seecn 1 anJ third driv- 
ing. THE GIRL tcKik tlio lead at once au.!. under iiard riding, maintaineU her advantage tlircugliont to 
I win easing up. GOLDEN FORK was a forward contender all Uic way, but tired ia :!iO I.-iat eighth, 
j SOVIET began slo-.vly. but do. ed a big g.ip and, finlsliing gamely, was wearing tlie leaders down in tlie 
closing strides. ILMDEE was in tight quarters in the early running and was BhuCied b..ek, but dosed 
I up gamely when dear. 

Scratched — <52380 l;owsprit, 107. 

Overwcigbls — Soviet. 1 pound; Haider, 1. 

SEGOKD EACB— About 3 Uile.s. Twentv-saoond Sunning GEAITD IIATIONAI STEE- 
PLECniASE HAKDICAP. $3.£03 Added. 4-ycsr-oiJs «ad upward. I43t v*;u« to win- 
ner $3,475 uul Cop value $109; second, $7G0; Hard, £500. 

Index Horses AWtPi’St C 12 1« 19 Fin Jocteys Owners O 1! I’ P S 

C2S50 LYTLE w 8 136 2 1 1' 4 4 2* 1* R 11 CT'dJ F Flanagan Jr 3 .5 4 4-5 out 

C2350*PHOENIX w 4 136 4 4 34 1" U 1' 2'* W M'honcy.T E Davis tS-5 2 8-5 out— 

62350*EcVRLOCICER w 6 134 1 2 2* 3'* 3* 4 84 J I’ierce J E Davis t8-5 2 8-5 out— 

(62350)KINGDOM II. WB V 143 3 3 4 2'J 2‘ I* 4 'V I’owcrs Greentree Stable 6-5 6-ill-lOout — 

iCouplcd in betting; no separate id.ice or sliow belling. 

Timo, 6:06%. Track f&st. 

Wiener — (ih. g, by I.conid — Chickadee, by Duncombe or Sir kiodred (trained by J. Ilustiags; bred by 
Mr, Wade E. Ucl^more). 

Went to post at 2:40. At pest 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won ridden out; sfcon-.I and third 
driving. LYTLE, suddenly improved, was saved beldnd tl:e leaders until In the fimil imif nule, where he 
closed up steadily when called on and, rai ing into the lead, won going away. PIIOENIN ',>as luucli used 
In p.sccmrking and racing KINGDOM 11. into defeat in llie Ltst roiie and. tiring, g-.ive w.;y when cbal- 
ltngt>d. EAKLOGKKU showed early siwid, but c Iso tired. KIN’GDOJl il. raced i.n close company with 
PHOENIX and, tiring badly, hi« rider eased him up when beaten and lost third place by doing so. 

OffPfr ETO THIRD RACE— 5-4 Mile. (Sent. 1, 191C— 1 :10>:— 4— 150.) Duntoi HigUwoi^ht Handicap. 

$1,3I£.C7, 3-yu3x-3lds a.^ np'ward. lict valro to winner $1,162.87; second, $503; thii^ 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % Str Fin Joe’.ieys 



5C399»I.ANIUS w 7 119 1 1 1'4 1* 1* 1* L McAtee G D Widener 5 0 6 24 6-5 

1 C2151*EXODUS W3 4 115 3 5 It' 3*> 3* 2“ L Penman Greentree Stable 2J K-f.10 56-5 3-5 

i (62291 )ON WATCH w 5 140 6 6 6* 5* 2* 3* E .Sande G W Loft 2i lS-.:ii 6-5 3-5 

62236 WILLIAM A. wa 3 194 6 7 8 7' 6' 4* I., Fator Rancocas Stable 6 U Ut 4 2 

162126 .SMOKE SCREEN WB 4 130 2 2 2* 2J 4* 6' F Keogh G A Cochran 6 6 4 8-5 4-5 

! 62391 CALIGULA WB 4 105J 4 3 €4 6' 7’ 6* E Jo.sbih E B McLean 8 19 10 4 2 

j 62126 REPRISAL WB 4 122 7 4 4' 4* 54 74 L Morr;s W M Jefforels 6 8 7 24 6-5 

I 62319 VIOLINIST wn 3 102 8 8 7* 8 8 8 C Lang H C Fisher 20 20 38 8 4 

Tiino, 23%, 45%, 1:11%. Track fart. 

Winner — Ch. g, by IJangibby — Southern Belle, by Ayrshire (trained by A. J. Joyner; bred in Ireland 
by Mr. J. J. Maher). 

Went to post at 3:12. At poet 3 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; wcond an.l third driv- 
ing. lANIUS, evidently in his best form, took the lead at once and, sttting a very rnpt l pace, held sway 
throughout and won as hia rider pleasetl. EXODUS, prominent in t!ie eariy running, v.as forn tl wide 
when entering tlio stretch and lo. t a<.:mc ground, but came again and ontfiaished ON WATVll in tlie lin.il 
drive. ON WATCH gradually improved his position from a slow beginning and, saving ni;o-Ii grourKl when 
entering tlie stretch, made a game finish, but was tiring. WILLIAM A., after being outi>.:e>.'d in the 
early running, eamn fust through the last eighth. SMOKE SGREk.N had no mishaps. CALIGULA fin- 
ished gamely. REPRISAL quit. 

Scratched— 62207’ Knobbie, 127; (62443) Excuse Me, 104. 

Overweights — William A., 1 pound; Caligula, 1%- 



62554 



FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile. (June 1. 1921— 1:35%— 5— IIS.) Purse $1,112.87. S-yoir-olds. 
AUo'ara.nces, Ket value to winner $S12.S7; second, $L0O; faird. $106. 



Index Uorsea 



AWtPI’St % M % Str Fin Jockeys 



£6939 WHISKAWAY WB 117 6 2 1' 

€2128 COMIC SONG wlM 1 1 2 

( 62429 )OVERTAKE wn U7 2 4 4 

I 622CC M’YI..AND BELLE WB 115 4 6 5 



WB 117 6 2 1* 1‘ 1« 1« I'i L Penman II P Whitney 

w m 1 1 2* 2* 2’i 2* 2« C H MillerG Konigcwald 

wn U7 2 4 4* 4* 3* 3" 3'1 W ICelBay II C Fisher 

WB 115 4 6 5 5 4* 4* 4* C Pones W H Snyder 

WB 108 3 3 3 * 3-J 5 5 6 L Morris W M Jeffords 



O U C P S 

1-8 1-6 1-S out— 
8 12 12 8-5 1-2 

15 20 1.0 3 4-5 

15 15 12 8-6 2-5 

20 ‘25 25 5 7-3 



C2354*ilACD’UFF WB 108 3 3 3 * 3-J 5 5 6 L Morris W M Jeffords 20 ‘25 25 6 7-5 

TTme, 23%, K%. 1:12’%, 1:S7%. Tack fart. 

Winner— Ch. c, by Wliisk Broom II. — Inaugural, by Voter (trained by J. Rowe; bred by Mr. Hurry 
Payne W'hitncy). 

Went to post at 3:43. At post 1 minute. Start gootl and slow. Wen ea,«ily; second and third driv- 
ing. WIIISKAV/AY at once raced into a long lead under stead.v restraint and was eased up tlLrcugU the 
List eighth. COMIC SONG raced in closest pursuit of tlie leiKler tlirengltcnt and finish* d gamely. OVKR- 
TAKR respondctl gamely when called on and outstayed MARYLVNU BK1A>E. The latter saved ground 
on all the turns and b;id no mishaps. 

Scratched — 625.'>3 Violinist, 117. 

fY IITTH RACE— 1 1-15 Ifiles. (Jnno 3, 1921—1:43’% — 4— 159.) Purse $1,112 £7. 3-ytsai. 
olds and upward. Claiming. Not value to winner $812.87; second, $£90; third. $100. 



A'WtPPSt % % % Str Flu Jockej-s Owners 
WB 3 108 4 4 S* S’ 2' 1* 1'4 M Barton C Buxton 



O H C P S 



6243* DEVONITE wB 3 108 4 4 S* S’ 2' 1* I'i M Bart 

eS320*LORD H’RRERT w 7 107 3 3 6 6 5'i 5* 2' L Fato 

61000 SERVICE STAR wa 5 107 5 1 1‘ 1* I* 2* S' C I-an; 



5'i 5* 2' L Fator E Arlington 7-i 

I* 2* S' C I-ang A S Woodclitfe 6 



C2.893 PANSY w 4 1C2 5 5 4-‘> 4* 4* 4'i 4* J Merimee J Kahn 3 6 4 8-5 4-5 

62S20 ORDERLY wB 9 107 2 2 2* 2i 3'1 3' 6'* E BVlor N L Byers « 8 4 8-6 4-5 

62393 SCOURGEaiAN w 7 U5 1 6 5* 5»J 6 6 6 A JohnsoiiJ H Tevis 4 4 16-56-5 3-6 

Time, 25, 48%, 1:14%, 1:40%, lri«-%. T.-ack fast. 

Winner — Br. g, by Granite — -Devomhire Doily, by Broomstick (trained by C. Bnxton; bred by Mr. 
J. n. Louchheim). 

We:it to port at 4:10. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; second .and third driv- 
ing. DEVONITE, suddenly improved, moved up rr.pldly after entering the stretch Into .a pi.-fol lead, but 
tired and was ridden cut to withstand LORD HERBERT’S challenge. Tlie latter began slowiy. but closed 
up gamely through U:e stretch and was going fastest of all at the finish. SKRvicE STAR set a good 
pace and raced into a big lead In the early running, but tire-d in the stretch drive. 1‘AN’SY ran fairly 
well. ORDERLY hud no mishaps. SCOUUGEMAN was always badly beaten. 

Scratched — C231'0'BcaverkiU, 111; 62220 Royal Jester, 102; (E2SO Cfconfieur, 117. 

Overweights — Devouite, 2 popnds. 



6S556 



SIXTH RACE— 6-8 Mils Straicht. (Sept. 12, 19IS— £5’Vi— B— 110.) Pur^e $1,112.87. 
J-yeEX-olds, Allowwcccs. Not value to winner 12.87; eooond, $8C9; Ihiid, $109. 



AWtPPSt li % % Str Fin Jockeys 



O 11 C P 8 



li 2* 1« L NIorris M Jeffords "4 6 6 6-5 1-3 

S' 3* 2* L Fator Rancocas Stah!ctl-4 1-3 2-9 out — 

2i 18 3* E Siinde Rancocas Stable’ll-! 1-3 2-9 out — 

5i 5* 4* J Callah.tnW L S Martin £0 £9 £0 8 *i 

4* 4*> 6* A Soh’t’gerJ E Madden 6 10 10 2 1-2 

$ 4 6 E AmbrosoJ LuUer li> 50 50 13 4 



Corisensns of IlauilloaiM. ] 

1 — Maud M., Acclamation. Capt. Hodge, 

Lonise PauL 

2 — Noi-th Shore, Tawasentha, Winchester, 

Wise Judge. 

3 — Thirty Seven, I. W. Harper, Tom Ellison, 

Miss Fratiland. 

< — ?10TOU COP. Money, Urey T.. Manicure. ' 
£ — Franklin, Woodie Montgomery, Manicure, 
I’cny Beau. 

6 — Cork, Honolulu, Kazan, Hand Sweep. 

7— klark Denunzio, latrena Moss, Boreas, 

Leenrack. 



The horses which seem best In Thursd.ny’s 
races are : 

Krle, Pa., Jane H, 1522. 

1 — Virge. Brit'^ Isles, Arrow Point. 

2 — Trader, Kitty Cheatham, Queen of the i 

Spa. 

3 — Neg. Midian. 'Walter Mack. 

4 — Macdiinc Gunner, Minnie H., War Club. 

5 — Rafferty, Stir Up, Eastward Princess. 

6 — July Fly, Emma J., Favour. 

7— DON DODGE. Short Stop. Le Ealafre. 

F. U. Sproulc. 



62269 PRINCE REGENT w MS 3 1 li 2* 1« L NIorris W M Jeffords 4 6 6 6-5 1-3 

7.V1V WB 1(» 4 2 S' 3* 2* L Fator Rancocas Stah!ctl-4 1-3 2-9 out — 

(61482 ) WHIRL \v IND w 115 6 5 2i D 3* E Sande Rancocas Stable’ll-! 1-3 2-9 out — 

62394 VALADOR w 108 1 $ 5} 5* 4' J Callah.tnW L S Martin £0 30 £0 8 2J 

62475 WATERF’EATKER w 107 5 4 4 * 4 >> 6* A Soh’t’gerJ E Madden 6 10 10 2 1-3 

LAURELS w 105 2 6 6 4 6 E AmbrosoJ LuUer Ii> 50 50 13 4 

IConplcd in betting; no separate place or show betting. 

Kms, 57*4. Track fast. 

Winner — Ch. e, by Spanish Itincc II. — Understudy, by Star Ruby (tr-aiaed by E. A. Smith; bred by 
Mr. Walter M. Jeffords). 

Went to post nt 4:26. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third ths 
same. PRINCE REGENT set a fast pace and, after being he.'sded, took the lead ag:iln, bat just lasted 
long enough to withalan.-l ZETV’S challenge. The latter, under slight restraint in the eariy running, 
closed up rupid’ij when WHIRLWIND quit and would have wen in another stride. WHIRLWIND raced 
into the lend, but tired badly in the last sixteenth. The others were bi-aten off at the end 

FK-r.iti'hed— (61611) Aladdin, U5; (61856) Nasa.iu, 115; C2233 Crochet. 115; C1475 BrUUance, 106; 62431 
Sardy ILilch, ICS. 

Overweights — Waterfenther, 2 pounds. 

BLUE BONNETS FORM CHART 

HOKTREAL, QTJE., 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1923.— Blue Bonnets (1 mile). Sixth day. Montreal Jockey 

Club. Spring Meeting of 7 d;;ys. 'Waa.lher edear; temperaturo 64*. 

Steward Rcprecenting Canadian Racing As-oelations, Francis Nelsc'n. Stewards, Col. Wm. Hendrie, 
H. B. MacDongall. K. T. Dawes and J. B. CampbeU. Judges, David Gillies, W. C. Uugun and B. C. St. 
Pere. St.arter, Harry Morrissey. Racing Secretary, J. B. Campbell. 

Racing starts at 3:00 p. m. (Chic.sgo time 2:00 p. m ). W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures in parentheses fcUowiag the distance cf each race indicate date, track record, age of horse and 
weight carried. ♦Indicates apjjrcntice allowance. 

riaST race— 3-4 inie. (Sept. 4, 1915—1:12—5—106.) Pnrs« $l,C0O. 3-yerr-olds and 
niAeard. llcidcus. Allowances. Net value to winror $700; tceimd, $£3C; third, $100. 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % %StrFU Jockeys 



Eqnlv. Odds Str’t 



C2221*A<2UAT1C w 3 190 6 1 6' 6’i 4' D 

62.307 SUN EP.AE w 4 113 4 1 3“ S‘ 2« 24 

5C2C8 TERMINAL wb 3 112 9 4 2' l»t 1» 8* 

C2251 RADICAL w 3 107 3 7 US* 7'4 44 

620*7 DANDY WB 7 113 2 10 9* 9* 9* 5* 

61405 BLUB RIBBON w 3 107 7 1 4' 4=^ 5* 6'4 

n6781>PIETRUS WB 3 107 5 5 6» 6‘ 6> 7* 

61757 TOMMIE C. w 4 U3 8 I 10 15 10 8' 

62362 H’PFY CIIANCE.S w 8 105 1 2 14 3' 9* 

G2093 CII’LOTTA SMITHwb S KB 10 8 8’ 71 8' 10 

Time, 24. 4S«4, 1:15%. 

$2 mutuf ls paid. Aquatic, $14.50 straight, ^.93 place. 
Terminal, $4.10 thow. 

Ekiaivalant booting odds — Aqu-atlc. 625 to 100 straight. 
70 to 100 place, 75 to 100 show; Terminal, 105 U> 100 show. 



J ■R’allaco Brookdala Stabla €2o-100 

F ■V.”dst’ck W A McKinney 330-100 

T Parr' ton E F Whitney 260-100 

M And’son L T Bauer 4375-100 

S Boyle Foxhead Mewa 7305-100 

D Stirlir.S W E Martin 1290-100 

J MoTag’t J W Bean 205-100 

C Th’r^oa P Brossard 25260-100 

R ILim’clll P A Clark 6475-100 

J Rowan G P Sherman 9630-100 

Track fast. 

$3.70 show; Sun Brae, $3.40 place, $3.50 show; 
147% to 100 place, S5 to 109 show; Sun Brae, 




Thursday, June 15, 1922 



DAlT,y UACINC; FORM 



3 



Winner— B. c. by Tipperanvr — Amoliana. by Sain (tr-’.im'd by G. Walkt’r; bred by Slcssrs. S. & A. E. 
Dyment). 

>V»nt to )K)st at 3:03. At |>o8t 4 minutes. Start cond and siow. Won drivins; second and third the 
same. AQUATIC came fast ia the stretch and, B.iueczinc throuRh next to the in.dde rail, Kot up to win 
in the elosins strides. SUN 1>R.\R tired after pettiiiK to the tiling leader in the last sixleenth. TBR- 
MIN.Mj showed tile most spi'cd to the last eighth and tired badly. I'lBTRUS seemingly could ncyer im- 
prove his leosition. RADlCAIj cloaeil a big gap. 

Overweight.4 — Terminal, 2 [wunds; Rliie Ribbon, 2. 

SECOND RACE— 3-4 Milo. (Sept. 4, 1915— 1:18— 5— 105.) Purse $1,000. 3-year-oldi 
and upward. Claiming. Not yaluo to winner $TOO; second, $200; third, $100. 



OOerfTfy FIRST RACE— 3-4 Hilo. (June 7, 1921— 1:10S— 6— 110.) $1,500 Added, 4-year-olda 
4 and upward. Claiming, Net value to winner $1,150; seoon^ $258.50; third, 14S, 



AWtITSt H V4 % Strrin 



Equiv. Odds Str’t 



fi24.35*»HADRlAN 
til 832* HIGH COST 
61972 ANGON 
(62358)* A. N. AKIN 
62327 ROYAH DICK 
62435 GUV’NOR 
62433 BEG PARDON 



WB 6 194 6 « 
WB 7 115 4 1 
WB 5 lU) 1 4 
w 10 113 3 7 
w 4 109 6 3 
4 109 2 5 
WB 4 109 7 3 



«• 4« 1* H W Pool J C Ferri* 

l«s i« n 2* D Connelly Florlsant Stable 

4} 6» 2* 3'| W W -rior D W Scott 

7 7 6i 4* C Ralls M Shields 



6>| 3h 4>> 6* E Martin 

3) 6* 5» e» G Fields 

21 Zh 7 7 B Kenn't 



C Ralls M Shields 

E Martin O Watts 

G Fields M Goldblatt 

B Kenn'dy R P Marshall 



Index 


Horses 


AWtPPSt % 


% 


% 


Str Fin 


Jockeys 




Owners Equiv. 


Odds Str't 


(•2362 


HIDDEN JEW’L 


WB 6 114 


7 


3 




2>J 21 


2' 


1*1 


H 


(Jregory 


A 


Swir.ko 


6..0-100 


62486 


ROLO 


WB 4 103 


9 


5 




31 


3‘ 


3'| ’i« 


P 


Walla 


C 


Houbro 


3090-100 


C23G3 


TRANTULA 


w 4 m 


1 


4 




6= 


6* 


4' 


3' 


T 


Parr’ ton 


D 


Shaw 


175-ion 


62442= 


'FITZ-ROODI.R 


WB 4 no 


8 


2 




4 = 


4*1 6= 


41 


J 


Wallace 


P 


T Riehardson 


tcoo-loo 


62362 


MU.MBO JUMBO 


w 8 119 




1 




1= 


U 


1 = 


5' 


,S 


Boyla 


T 


Doyle 


2025-100 


C2442 


M.VY'Olt HOU.SE 


WB 6 112 


6 


9 




IflJ 


9i 


7‘ 


6' 


I 


Fletcher 


0 


P Sherman 


685-100 


(622.33) ICON 


ws 4 110 10 


7 




.5"i 6= 


51 


7‘ 


H 


E Jones 


C 


T Worthington 


605-100 


62486 


BETSINDA 


w 6 197 


3 


6 




11' 


10' 


10' 


81 


D 


Stirling 


0 


B Akers 


2T41-100 


59035 


TOE 3* ME .MARK 


w 6 11? 


4 


12 




14 


14 


13' 


9' 


.1 


McTag’ t 


R J Hernandez 


2340-103 


ri009 


UlAIRALITY 


w 3 97 


2 


10 




12' 


12' 


11' 


10' 


L 


Gregory 


S 


T Bender 


t 


62403 


LAB 


w 3 91 


12 


13 




9‘ 


8' 


8J 11* 


J 


Thomas 


E 


L Carroil 


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62308 


SL’tlAilMlNT 


WB 5 10"> 


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8 




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12* 


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Mcl.’hliii 


H 


E Da vis 


t 


(62481 )K1CKSY YVICKSVw 4 110 14 


11 




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7' 


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13* 


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And’son 


Mrs L A Livingston 


4940-100 


57 552 


H’RTH MO.NEY 


WSB 3 1J2 


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14 




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It 


14 


W 


Bog’s'al 


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Powers 


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Time, 


23%. 


48%. 1:14%. 


Track fast. 






$2 


mutuals |>;'i.I. Hiilden Jewel, $15. 


00 


straight, : 


$10.10 


pi ace, $5.90 1 


show; Rolo, $22.95 place, $9.10 



Mii>w; Tranliila. $3 (i.'i siinw. 

I'! IMivaieiit booking o<Jds - Hidden .lewel. 6!">0 to KM) slraiglit, 405 to 100 place, 195 to 100 show; Rolo, 
1047V4 to KM) i>l;ue, 35.) to ICO sliow; Tn:niula, S2Vs to l‘A) allow. 

Winner it. g, by Uisgui-se — Rubia Granda, by Greenan (trained by A. Swinke; bred by Wickliffe 
Stud). 

Went to post at .3:37. At poet 14 minutea. Start g»<)d and slow. Won driving; second and tiiird the 
Bame. HIDKKN .IKWKB recovered his speed suddoaly. init tired and just l.i- ted long enough to win after 
raring MI'MI'.O .lUMUO to defeat in the streUii. ItOI.4) ran a good race and was gaining at the end. 
TR.\.\TPI,A came wide while rounding the far turn, imt was running fasti-st of all at the end. MUMIIO 
J (1511*0 set a fast pace to the stretcli and tired. FITZ ISOOUI-E huished with a luah. 

Scratched -<Ki4S0 Marmitc>, 110. 

Overwcighl.s — Plurality, 2 (coundB. 



THIRD RACE — About 2 Miles. Steoplechasvo. Purso $1,200. 4-year-olds and upward. 
«3 v5 ’19 Claiming. Net value to winner $900; second, $200; third, $1C0. 



Time, 23%, 47%, 1:13. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Hadrian, $8.00 straight, $2.50 place, $2.30 show; High Cost, $2.40 place, $2.30 show; 
•\ngon, $4.50 show. 

Eiinivnlent booking odds — Hadrian, 300 to 100 straight, 2S to 100 place, 15 to 100 show; High Cost, 20 
to KM) place, 15 to 100 show; Angon, 125 to 100 show. 

Winner — B. h, by Free Lance — Semprite, by Sempronlns (trained by G. Uolesworth; bred by Mr. 
George J. lamg). 

Went to post at 2:01. At post 4 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. HADRI.tN began slowly and had to come around the others, but, fiaishing fast ;uid wearing HIGH 
COST down in the last eighth, won drawing clear. HIGH COST began well and set a good pace to t!ie 
stretcli, but began tiring in the last eighth. ANGON raced forwardly ell Uie way and outstayed A. N. 
.\KIN. The latter closed a big gap in the stretch after making a slow beginning. ROYAL DICK re- 
tired after going a half mile. BEG PARDON ran a fust half. 

Scratched— (62216) Ruby, 105; 62435 Sewell Combs, 104; 62243*Uncle Velo, 112; 62397 Golden Dreams, 
KH; 62398 H.arry B., 115. 

Overweights — Angon, 2% pounds. 

OOCTfrO SECOND RACE— 5-8 Mdo. (Juno 22. 1910—59—2—109.) Pursa $1,300. 2-year-olds. 

Maidans. Colta and Geldings. Claiming. Net value ta winner $1,000; second, $200; 



AWtPPSt % % %8trFIn Jockeys 



Equiv. Odds Str’t 



62356 -TAYI/OU HAY 
62356*STONE AGE 
62436 UENCEI.AW 
(i24 77 AL .STEBLER 
€2336 BILLY HERN 
0233G ATHIJCTE 

FIR.ST CALL 
JACK TROUT 



w 112 6 2 
WB 107 7 S 
WB 112 4 7 
WB 113 2 1 
WB lU 1 4 
W3 112 5 I 
WB 117 S I 
WB lie 3 5 



11 11 1* 1* J Zoellcr C W Hay 

6' 5| 3’ 2* C Rails W A Baumgartner 

61 3‘ 2i 3* B Kenn’dy F J Kelley 

4) 6* 6* 4‘ W W T lor G F Baker 

3* 4'| 4i 5'4 J H Burke L C Outher 



w 4 141 4 1 21 2* 1* 1'4 1* B Haynes R B SIra.ssburger 
w 12 1 45 1 4 5‘ 4* 3« 3« B Kleeger O W Fonman 



Index Hurs(.-a AWtPPSt 5 8 12 14 Fin Jockeys Owners E 

(62404)PKKKIOMKN w 4 141 4 1 2i 2* 1* I’i 1» B Haynes R B SIra.ssburgei 

62404 = FAIR MAC w 12 1 45 1 4 5‘ 4* 3« 3« B Kleeger O W Fonman 

B613."> CALLER HERRiN w 6 140 3 5 4'* 1| 2i 2* 3'i S VeitchJr C K Harrison Jr 

621G5»BRU:ANNA w 4 l.nj g 2 11 3> 4* 4‘ 4* F Barry W G Wilson 

62404*AI>:ARDI w 9 145 5 3 3”i 5* 5* 5* 5* W Biake J W Hnaly 

62404 FLYING FROG w 5 1.51 7 7 7* 7“ 6 6 6 II SIcAfee Elliott Stable 

t;24l.-» JIM THORPE w 11 118 6 6 8 8 7 7 7 J Itanseh W Monteitb 

C2401 BELLRINGER w 8 145 2 8 6'1 6* Fell. E Wolko E K Bryson 



Equlv. Odds Str’t 



w 4 l.nj 8 2 11 3> 4* 4‘ 4* F Barry 
w 9 145 5 3 3ni 5* 5* 5* 5* W Biake 



w 5 1.51 7 7 7* 7»» 6 

w 11 118 6 6 8 8 7 



4‘ F Barry W G Wilson 
5* W Biake J W Hiialy 
6 II glcAfee Elliott Stable 



7 J Itanseh 

C2401 BELLRINGER w 8 145 2 8 6'1 6* Fell. E Wolke E K Bryson 2135-100 

Time, 4:07%. Track fast. 

$2 miitiiels paid. Perkiomen. $4.05 straight. $2.70 place, $2.55 show. Fair Mac, $3.15 place, $2.90 
show; Caller Herrin, $.3.45 show. 

Kquiviilent lioukiiig odds — Perkiomen, 102% lo 100 straight, 35 to 100 place, 27% to 100 show; Fair 
Mae, 57% to 100 place, 45 to 100 show; Caller Herrin, 72% to 100 show. 

Winner- -Ch. g. by Haldcniau- -Nancy Grater, by Nasturtium (trained by J. T. Kermath; bred by Mr. 
R. L. Gerry). 

Went to i>o.st at 4:18. At pest 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. PERKIOMEN fenced well and was saved until in the la.-it turn of the field, when he went to the 
front and Iield the race safe to the end. FAIR M,\G htiLshed in resolute fashion and o.asily outstayed 
CAIJ.ER IIEICRIN. 'The latter raced into the lead, but tin-d btuily. JIM THORPE was pulled up In the 
List turn of the field, but Dnislied tlic course. BELLRINGER broke down and fell at the eleventh fence. 
Overweights — Briganna, 1% jioiinds. 

FOURTH RACE— 5-8 Milo. (Juno 13. 1903— 59%— S5— 108.) Purse $1,000. 9-year-olds. 
VF i Cl aim ing. Net value to winner $700; second, $200; third, $100. 



W Monteitb 
E K Bryson 



0233G ATHIJCTE wa 112 SI 2'| 2i E| 6' F Smith Rogers & Aubuchon 93:50-100 

FIR.ST CALL W8 117 S I 8 7* 7* 7* B .Scobie Harned Bros & Jones 4290-100 

JACK TROUT WB 118 3 5 7’ » 8 8 L Allen J S Hawki.TS 4110-100 

Time. 24%, 49%. 1:01%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Tuylor Hay, $5.80 straight, $3.50 place, $3.00 show; Stone Age, $23.80 place, $7.70 
show; Rencelaw, $5. .30 show. 

Bquivaicnt Wiking oddii — ^Taylor Hay, 190 to 100 straight, 75 to 100 place, 50 to 100 show; Stone Age, 
1090 to 100 place, 2.S5 to 100 show; Rencelaw, 1C5 to 100 show. 

Winner — Ch. c, by Faux-Col — Emma Star, by Solar Star (trained by J. M. Goode; bred by Mr. C. W. 
Hay). 

Went to post at 2:33. At post 3 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. TAYIJIR H.4.Y began f.<ist and. under hard riding, disposed of ATHLETE in the first three-eighths, 
then held the others safe and won going away. 8'1’GNB AGE came with a ru.sh tlirough Oie stretch and 
was running gamely at the end. RENCELAW ran a good race, alUiough tiring in the stretch. AL 
STHP.I.RR dropped out of forward contention soon after the start and was far buck all the way. JACK 
TROUT ran out on the first tnni. 

SeratchiHl -6235C*Mayor Carrel, 114; 62356 Cappy Rieka, 112; 62396 Jack Frost, 114. 

CTQ THIRD RACE— 1 1-4 Miles. (Juno 30, 1920— 2:02%— 3— 121.) Purse $1,500. 4-year-olds 
vJ t_y JlF and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $1,150; second, $225; third, $125. 



AWtPPSt % % %StrFin Jockeys 



Uquiv. Odds Str’t 



(62482)*PADUA WB « 110 4 6 4* 3| S« 11 li G Fields E E Mooar 

( 62359 )*3’HE WIT w 5 105 5 8 6‘ 6* 4>| 2i 2‘| R HaFton R L Rogrrs 

62LS7 ALEX JR. w 5 1-^ 2 1 2'i 2% 2‘MJ 3* J H Uur’Ke A W Jackson 

62437 = ‘MARINE CORPS WB 4 106 $ 4 1} 1> 11 3| 4** H Stutts 

l62360)*GOURMAND ws 6 106 1 2 &i 51 5* 5« 5* C Ralls 

r>2041»*l.,.\DY L’FEI.LOW 7 96 3 3 3J 4i 6* 6* 6* W Pool 
62482 NOUDECK 5 105 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 E Anthoi 



H Stutts J J Ashe 

C Ralls (hinniffe & Phillipe 

W Pool R L Heavllin 

E Anthony C W Chappell 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % % Sti Fin Jockeys 



Eqniv. Odds Str’l 



97J-100 I 
2200-100 I 
11S5-100 
455-100 
2 - 20-100 



(61621 )*FIC.HTING COOKws 110 3 3 1= U l'| 1* H E Jones C T Worthington 97J-100 

62402 TRH’PAWA w 103 2 2 4* 4* 4* 2" M And’son A V Thomas 2200-100 

62161 THE UUSTER w 110 5 4 3* 21 3* 3" F Ch’vetta B Williams 11S5-100 

<62271 )ILLUS10M-ST wB 112 11 2* 3‘ 2i 4‘ T I’arr ton E C Bellew 455-100 

G196G REAP w 112 45 5555J McTag"! B Harding 2-20-100 

Time, 23%, 48%. 1:02%. Track last. 

$2 mutuels paid. Fighting Cook, $3.93 straight, $2.95 place, $2.70 show; Trippawa, $8.20 place. $5.00 
sIiow; Tile Ulster, $1.20 show. 

Equivalent bonking odds--Fighling Cook, 97% to 100 etralglit. 47% to 100 place, 35 to 100 show; 
TripiKivva, .310 to 100 place, 150 to 100 show; The Ulster. 110 to 100 show. 

Wiiiinr- Br. f. by Tlieo. Cook — Foyer, by Masetto (trained by 0. T. Worthington; bred by Mr. Charles 
W. Miaire). 

Went to (Mist at 4:48. At post 1 minute. Start gisid and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. F1(IH3'ING COOK set a fast pai*e from the start :iiid drew away into a long lead in the last eighth. 
TRIPP.\WA finislied fast and outgamed THE lU.STER in the final drive. THE ULSTER ran well and 
finish«-d gamely. RE.\P Iwgan in a tangle and was pulled up. 

Overweiglit.s — 'fhe Ulster, 4 (Miunds; Illusionist, 3. 

^Ofr OQ FIFTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. (Juno 6, 1914—1:53—3—109.) Monklanda Handicap. 

$1,500 Added. 3-year-olds aa:d upward. Foaled in Canada. Net valne to winner $1,025; 
second, $300; third, $150; fourth, $50. 

Index Horses AWtPPSt % % % Str Flu Jockeys Owners Eqniv. Odds Str’l 

6240C = Y'OWEI,L w 7 llG 3 3 3| 4* 1"* I'i U J McTag’t A V Thomas 871-100 



62482 NOUDECK 5 105 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 E Anthony C W Chappell 6860-100 

Time, 23%, 47%, 1:13%, 1:40%, 2:06%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Padua, $10.30 straight, $5.00 pLu-e, $4.70 show; 'The Wit, $11.50 place, $7.80 show; 
Alex Jr., $0.60 sliow. 

Equivalent booking odds— Padua. 413 to 100 straight, 150 to 100 place, 135 to 100 abow; The Wit, 
475 to 100 place, 290 to 100 show; Alex Jr., 2.30 to 100 show. 

Winner— Br. m, by I’redicateur — Padoue IL, by .Vjax (trained by J. T. Mooney; bred In Franco bjr 
Mr. Jolin Sanford). 

Went to ))ost at 3:09. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won driving: second and third the 
same. P.M)I’.\ raced prominently from the start and, gaining steadily after going tlie first mile, raced 
into a small lead in the last sixtcenlli. 'fHK WIT came with a rush through the stretch, but tired a 
trifle in the last sixteenth. ALEX JR. raced forwardly all liie way and finished gamely. MARINE 
CORPS set a good pace, but tired in the last seventy yards. GOURM.YND was given a weak ride and 
was in close quarters tlirough the stretch. l-.\t)Y IX)XGFELIX)W quit iu the last quarter as if unfit. 

Overweights — Alex Jr., 1 pound; l^iij lamgfellow, 1. 

FOURTH RACE— 1 Mil^ (July 3, 1919— 1:36 106.) Western Hills Purse. Purse 

$1,500, 3-year-olds, Allowances. Net value to winner $1,150; second, $225; third. 
$125. 



( 61942 )THIBODAUX 
62241 BONUS 
61792‘CHA'TTERTON 
62355 BII.LY BRLI.SH 
62398 = RED WINGFIETJJ 
(62327) ROYAL PAIAl 
61 »5.5»YOSHIMI 
62 1 86 » G E)0 RG ETTB 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv 

w 115 4 7 21 21 2' 1' 11 J Zoeller W I’erklns 

w 103 7 1 8 61 61 3’ 2* W Pool Greentreo Stable 

WB 105 5 6 61 31 4 > 2'| 3* B Kenn’dy F J Kcliey 

WB 108 8 8 71 4> 31 41 4* J Francis R T Hubble 

w 116 63518 5151 6* T Murray M & J I<owensteiii 

w 115 3 2 1* 1* 1*1 51 61 E Martin L I^ewis 

w 116 2 5 41 71 7* 7* 7» W W ’Tier T C Bradley 

w no 1 4 3> 51 8 8 8 D Connelly D W Scott 



Equiv. Odds Str’t 



w 116 2 5 41 71 7* 
w no 1 4 3> 51 8 



200-100 

310-100 

325-100 

10205-100 

3:a.-.-100 

&35-100 

1680-100 

2200-100 



Index Horses 



Equiv. Odds Str’l 



Bronkdale Stable 



P G Cbriatupher 



6240e = Y'OWEI,L w 7 116 3 3 31 4* l"i I'i H J McTag’t A V Thomas 871-100 

1 62 167 ) WOODBINE wB 5 109 5 5 5 5 5 4* 2=1 C Turner Bronkdale Stable tHO-100 

( 6'2406 ) NO VI IS w 4 lOi 4 4 11 2) 2'J 2i S'** J Wallace Brookdale Stable t 

6240H VIOi.L CUTPUKSE w 1 90 1 1 4‘ 3>*i 3'1 :!1 4'* P Walls Mrs L A Livingston 2740-100 

(62143)SIR OLARE.NCK wn 5 104 2 2 2= D 4"* 5 6 J Rowan P G Christopher 1180-100 

ll'ouiih-il iu iM-tting as Brookd:ile Stable entry. 

Time. 25, 50%. 1:15%, 1:43, 1:57%. ’Track fast. 

$’» mutuels paid. Y'owell, $3.75 straight. $2.05 place; Brookdale Stable entry, $2.05 place; no show 
mutuels .sold. 

K-iiiivalent Ixviking odds- Yowell. 87V(i to 100 straight, 2% to 100 place; Brookdale Stable entry, 2% 
to KM) place; no sliow mutuels sold. 

YYiniier- 1). Ii, by Yorkshire I.ad— Winnie Weils, by Ort Wells (trained by A, V. ’Thomas; bred by 
Mr. Charles K. Wilkinson). ' 

Went lo iHe t at 5:20. At [lost 1 minute. Start good .and slow. Won driving; second and third the ' 
same Y'OWELL- was saved under slight restraint to the last turn, then came around the leaders on the | 
stretch turn and. wearing NO.YIIS down, held WOODBINE safe at the end. The latter raced in last I 
(liacc l-.i tiic last turn and came wide there, but finislied with a bidaled rush and :iressiiig the winner hard, i 
Nt».MIS was much used in racing SIR CLARENCE into defeat and tired badly in the final sixteenth. 
SIR CL.YKENCE quit badly. 

£>^PrOCk SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. (June 7, 1911— 1:37%— 3— 107.) Purse $1,000. 3-ycar-olds and 
0^cP0«Jr upwar. Claiming. Net value to winner $700; second, $200; third. $100. 



Time, 23%, 48%, 1:14, 1:40. Track fast. 

$2 mutncls paid, Tldbodnnx. $0.00 straight, $3.20 place, $2.50 show; Bonus, $3.00 place, $2.70 show; 
Chnttertou, $3.10 sliow. 

Equivalent booking odds — Tbibodaux, 200 to K)0 straight, €0 to 100 place, 25 to 100 show; Bonus. 80 
to 100 place, Sii to' 100 show; Chatterton, 55 to 100 show. 

Winner — Ch. c, by CTunard -Electro, by Electioneer (trained by W. Perkins; bred by Mr. C. O. 
Patrick). 

Went to post at 3:39. At po-st 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. l*HIBODADX rsi-ed In close pursuit to the stretch and, pa.ssing ROYAL P.YLM, took the lead 
and outstayed BONUS to win a lucky race. BONUS was forced back several times and li.sd lo come wide 
into the stretch, but finished with a rush and would have won in anotlier stride. CHATTERTON bad a 
rough race, bnt showed much spi'ed and finished gamely. BILLY BRUSil ran moderately well. 
ROYAL P.YLM quit after setting a good pace to the stretch. GEORGET'rB quit early. 

Scratched — G2516=Pindar Peel, 108; (52397 Rib Grass, 108; 112397 Immokaleu, 108. 

OOjr FIFTH RACE — 3-4 Mila. (June 7, 1921—1:10% — 6—110.) Sintoa Hot>il Handicap. 

Purse $1,900. S-year-olds and upward. Net value to winner $1,400; second, $325; 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys 



Equiv. Odds Str’t 



Index Horses 



upwar. Claiming. Net value to winner $700; second, $200; third, $100. 

AYY'tPI’St % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners E 



62440*DTSTINCTION w 6 128 1 2 

62241 = M’I:THA FALLON w 3 98 4 4 

62440 .MARVIN M.\Y w 5 107 3 3 

(.2300 MARJ’IE HYNES w 5 104 5 5 

(61553) WOO DTRAP wb 8 109 6 1 

56947 BEST PAL wb 5 115 2 6 



ink i» !• i« K Martin 
6 ‘ 5‘ 2J 2* W Pool 
2i 21 3' 3i E Scobie 
41 31 4 * 4 * B Kenn’d 



T C McDowell 
J I.iving-ston 



^iiko Farm Stb tlJ70-100 



Eijuiv. Odds Str’t 



62447=CHA.'<SEUR wb 6 107 3 2 I'J 1* 1* 1= 1* D Stirling C C Smithson 180-1C4 

62366 SUNDIAL II. wB C 112 2 3 6* 5* 31 2'J 2* T Parriton L T Bauer 335-100 

62281 *JOH.N HOSHOR ws 4 99 6 4 4' 3'J 4' 3‘ 3' H E Jones C T Worthingtoa 615-100 

C2367*KENTISH BOY w 4 107 4 8 7) 8 8 4J 4' C Th’f.son Seagram Stable 3500-100 

C2442*TAN SON w 4 106 1 1 3» 6| 7* 5i 5*J J Rowan W A Buck 750-100 

62367 = TANTALIIS WB 6 111 8 7 8 7* B* 6' G'J R Rom’elll G W Click 600-100 

62447>LUCKY B. wB 7 110 6 6 2* 2' 2' 4J 7=J F Ch’vetta W D U.-mhardt 1290-100 

62447 FIt’NK MONROE w 8 112 7 5 5* 4"» 6* 8 8 M .Schw’tx B E Chapman 7470-100 

■nme. 23%. 43. 1:13%, 1:40%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Chasseur, $5.60 straight, $3.10 place, $2.60 show; Sundial II., $4.50 place, $4.05 
show; John Husbor, $4.70 show. 

E'luivaleiit booking odds— Uh.usscur, 1,'M) to 100 .straight, 55 to 100 place, 30 to 100 show; Sundial II., 
125 to KtO place. 1112% to 100 show; John Hoshor, 135 to 100 show. 

Winner B. h, by Light Brigade — Panne, by I’olymelus (trained by O. C. Brenton; bred In England by 
Capt. E. Tanner). 

Went to post at 5:56. At post 15 minntes. .Start good and slow. Won cantering; second and third 
driving. CILY.SSEUR sprinted into a long lead on the backstrctch and, setting a fast pace, won in a 
canter. SUNDIAL H. was sliiitilcd back in the early running and made a good finish. JOHN H08UOK 
rueed well to the stretch and quit badly. LUCKY B. waa fractious at the post and was responsible for 
the long delay. 

Scratched 62363=&lci>suiea, 107; (62447)ClaDsraan, 109; (62527) Vice-Chairman, 117; 62038 Moco. 98- 
C1945»Modcsty, 98. 

Uverweigbts— Sundial II.. 1 pound; John Hoshor, 1; Lucky B., 3; Frank Monroe, 4, 

fy/h SE'VENTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. (June 6. 1914— 1:52%— 8— 109.) Purse $1,000. 4-yMr- 
4 " olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $700; second. $200: third. SlOO 



(•2300 MARJ'IE HYNES w 5 104 5 5 41 31 4* 4* B Kenn’dy Harned Bros & Jones 470-100 

(61553) WOODTRAP wB 8 109 6 1 6 6 6 5* D Connelly Fair Acre Farm Stable t 

56947 BEST PAL wb 5 115 2 6 3i 4'J 5| 6 W W T lor Idle Hour .St’k Fm Stb 880-100 

tCoupled iu betting as Mays laike Farm Stable and Fair Acre Farm Stable entry. 

Time, 23%, 47%, 1:11%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Distlnetlon, $2.90 straight, $2.6«) place. $2.30 show; Blurtha Fallon, $5.00 place, $2.90 
sliow; Maya laike Farm Stable and Fair .\cre Farm Stable entry, $3.30 show. 

Equivalent booking odds-- Distinction, 45 to 100 straight, 30 to 100 place. 15 to 100 .show; Martb.-! 
Fallon, 150 to KM) place, 45 to 100 show; Mays Lake Farm Stable and Fair Acre Farm Stable entry, 65 to 
100 show. 

YVlnner-B. m. by The Manager — .\Iuiiarka, by .YUan-a-Dalc (trained by S. Chcnault; bred by Mr. 
Thomas C. McDowell). 

YVrnt to post at 1;08. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. DISTINCTIO.'J faced into the lead at once and, setting a grc.it i»ace all the way, won in a canter. 
MARTHA FAIiLON saved ground when coming into the stretch and finished gamely. M.YRVIN M.YY ran 
well, but was tiring in the stretch drive. M.YRJURIB HYNES ran well. BEST PAL showed speed, but 
tired badly in the last quarter. 

Overweights — M;trjorie Hynes, 2 pounds; Woodtrap, 2. 

£*ORTO(^ SIXTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. (June 22. 1910-— 5»II^109.) RoscdiUe Purse. Pnrse $1,600. 

2-yesr-olds. Fillies. Allowances. Net value to winner $1,150; Eocond. $225; third. 
$125. 



Index Horses AWtPPSt 'A % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqaiv. Odds Str’t 

62438 KINDRED w 111 3 3 2* D IJ IJ D Connelly H H Hewitt 305-100 

6’2438 PUNT.V GORDA w US 1 3 1» 2* 2= 2J G Fields H P Whitney 13.S 100 

(6243C)I.AVINIA will 2 1 3'J 3* 3* 3* W YV T lor R L & A Raker 365-100 

61466 AWAY w 108 4 4 4i 4' 4' 4= E M.irtin T C McDowell 955-li>0 

62396 ANNA TOD wU1 55 6555 B Kenn’dy J W Bailey 1290-100 

Time. 24%. 48%. 1:00%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Kindred, $8.10 straight, $3.70 place. $2.i’)0 show; Punta Gorda, $2.70 plactt, $2.10 
show; lairinia, ^.70 show. 

Equivalent liooking odds — Kindred. 305 to 100 place, 85 to 100 place, 30 to liM) show; Punta Gorda. 
35 to )00 place 5 to 100 nhow; Lavinia, 35 to 100 show. 

Winner — Ch. f, by Jack Atkin — Sister, by Uncle (trained by J. J. Smith; bred by Mr. H. H. 
Hewitt). 

Went to po.-t at 4:38. At post 1 minute. St.irf good and kIow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. KINDRED, suddenly improved and awa.r well, raced into the lead on the last turn and outstayed 
PUNTA GORDA in a game finish. The latter l>>‘gaii fast and. after setting a fast early pace, raced in 
resolute pursuit of the winner, but began tiring near the end. L.WINI.V was taken back ia the first 
eighth and came fast when ridden hani. .VWAY was badly outpaced. ANN.Y IHID was always ifntriiii. 

001 ^ SEVENTh"1rACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (Oct. 7, 1916— 1:43%— 3— 122.) Purse $1,300. 3-year^ 
olds and upward. Claiming. Net value lo winner $1,000; second, SSiOO; third. SlOO. 



olds and upward. Clsiming. Net value to winner $700; second, $200; third, $100. 



Index Horses 



(62152)COTE IVOR 
62489 DUKE RUFF 
(’.2489 = I„\’/Y IX>U 
(C2I69)SAIIJ>R 
62282 *FIZER 
(62275) E.X HORTER 
624S9 SMART MONEY 



AWtPPSt % % % Str rin Jockeys Owners Bqulv. Odds Str’t 

wn 4 111 7 6 21 2* 2* 2* 11 J Rowan W A Buck 402J-100 

w 6 109 6 2 1= 111 1*1 1= 2*1 D Stirling J De i'istmmpes 990-bjO 

w 8 107 3 3 41 4' i 4* 3' 3* C Turner J S Hays 135-100 ! 

wb 6 109 4 7 8* 3* 3| 4* 4' C Th’iison J McIntyre 690-100 

wn 8 112 2 4 7 6* 6* 5' 5* .T Hun’mer J Sands 760-100 ! 

w 8 109 6 5 5'i 5* 5* 6* 6'* F Ch’vetta WD HemhanM 690-100 1 

w 8 109 1 1 S* 7 7 7 7 It Uorr.'elli G Holmes 9370-100 



624S9 SMART MONET w 8 109 1 1 S* 7 7 7 7 It Uorr.’elli G Holmes 9370-100 

Time, 24%. 49%. 1:15, 1:42%, 1:66%. Track faat. | 

$2 mutnels paid, Cote d’Or, $10.05 straight, $7.20 place, $3.10 show; Duke Ruff, $9.60 place. $3 00 | 
shew; Lazy Dm. $2.45 show. 

Biiiivalcut booking odds— Cole d’Or, 402% to 100 straight. 260 to 100 place, 55 to 100 show; Duke I 
Ruff, 375 to KM) place, 50 to KM) show; Lazy Ixiu, 22'% to lOO show. 

YY'iuuer Ch. c, by Heno -Aile d'Or, by Capt. Hancock (trained by L. W. Freeman; bred by Belair I 
StudJ. I 

Went to peat at 6:39. At post 1 minute. Start gor«l and slow. Won driving; second and third the I 
same. GOTH D’OR raced in closest pursuit nearly all the way and ouigamed DI7KK RUFF at the end. I 
DUKE RUFF sliiiwed the most siieed, but b«-gan tiring right at the finish. L.YZY LOU finished fast! 
KAIIOIt bad no iiiisliaiis. FIZER, in close quarters when going to the first turn, came wide on the 
stretch turn. 

Scratched -62ts9 Attorney Muir. 104. 

LATONIA FORM CHART 

LATONIA, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922, — Latonia (1 mile). Bighth day. Kentucky Jockey Club. 
Spring M«H>iing of 29 days. Wea.ther clear; tempeniturw 86*. 

Stewards, Charles V. Price, H. C. Nuekola, Jr., A. G. laionard and C. YV. Hay. Judges, W. H. Shelley, 
N. H. McClelland and J. 8. Wallace. Starter, A. B. Dade. UaeJng Secretary,.- W. H. Shelley. 

Raring starts at 2:00 p. m. (Chlesgo time 2:00 p. m.). W indieatea whip, 8 spars, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures in parentbi'si's following the distance of each race Indicate date, track record, age of horse and 
weight curried. ‘Indieatea upprentice allowance. 



olds and upward. Claiming. Net value lo winner $1,000; second. $200; third, $100. 



Index Horses 
62401 *ARRA VAN 
62482 “DR. RAE 



AYY’tl’PSt =,4 % Str Fin 



w 8 110 7 
WB 6 110 S 



44 31 1= 1= 11 D Connelly E Trotter 



62478 FLY’G PRINCE wb 3 103 2 
621.56 HOPE wn 7 1J5 6 

62179 WAIiSAW wn S 110 8 

62162 »BIT OF GREEN wn 4 107 3 
62401‘GRACE D ERTY wb 4 100 4 
62401 BROWN P.II.L w 4 110 5 6 S» 84 
<61860)‘riM McOEE wb 7 113 1 



1 51 5= 44 2= 2= 
8 9 9 5‘ 3'4 3< 



Equiv. Odds Str’t 
210-llX) 



3* 44 21 4 
41 61 6* € 



1* 31 5' 
71 71 71 

84 9 8‘ 



2= C Ualis R L Rogers 

5‘ 3'4 3= G Fields I>ortch Bros 

21 4' 4* E .\nthony C YV Chappell 

5* H J Burke McGarvey & Ijewis 
6' J H Burke T YV Mountjoy 

7’ YV Pool M Muman 

8* E Scobie Cain & Sanford 

9 FI, Moore W H Ritte 



400-i:'9 
9:’.0-100 
KtlZO-lO*) 
6270 IKO 
27T-100 
580-100 
10390-PX) 
4830-100 



Tim.c, 23%. 48%, 1:14%, 1:40%, 1:47%. Track fast. 

$2 mutneLs paid, Arravan, $6..'M> straight, $3.90 place, $3.50 show; Dr. Rae, $4.30 pi ice, $.3,60 hhow; 
Flying Prince, $4. .50 show. 

Equivalent booking odds --.\rra van. 240 to 100 slraiglit, 95 to 100 jilace, 75 to ItM) show; Dr. Rae, 115 
to 100 place, SO to 100 show; Flying I’rince, 125 to K.D show. 

Winner — B. g, by Broomstick -I'mIUe of Navarre, l>y Henry of Navarre (trained by B. Trotter; brtvl 
by Mr. Harry I’ayn" YVl'.iUiey). 

Went to post at 6:13. At post 4 minutes. Start good snd slow. YVon driving; second and third tlio 
same. .YRIt.YV.YN raced into the lead with a rush after going three-quarter*, but ha<l to be ridden hard 
from near the end. DR. R.4E was ridden wide on the last turn iitid ciosed a big gap in the last quarter. 
FLYING PRI.NCK eume from far bark in the last half mile. HOPE ran well. BIT OF GREEN tired 
after going well for three-quarters. TIM MeGEK quit in the stretch. 

S*'ratche<l- 452322 Black Hackle, 105; 62437‘Escarpolcttc, 110; 62520 I’eggy C., lOO; 621,37 Tulsa, 105; 
(62518)Gharles Henry. 105. 

Overweights— Flying I’rince, 5 pounds; Bit of Green, 2. 

AUUri'IONAL C11.\UTS ON I'AGK ’ 



DAII.Y RACING FORM. 



Thursday, June 15, 1922 



LATONIA ENTRIES AND PAST PERFORMANCES 
FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 15 

WKATHEU CI.EAn: TRACK FAST. 



I'irst start for tlie followlne: 
UNDERWRITER, b. c, 3 (K) 
(Owner, J. H. Rosseter). 

WEARY DICK, blk. c, 3 (M) 
(Owner, Wayne Stable), 



By Disguise — Agnes Velasquez, by Velasquez. 
By Dick V/elles — Hiss Alert, by Handspring, 



Racing starts at 2K)0 p. m. (Chicago time, 2:00.) 
^ Mu|icriur mud luiiuer. X Cuud mud riiiiiier. 
s|; Fair mud runner, iM) Maidens. •Apiireiili<§ 
ullowniice. b IdiuKers. 

First Race — 3-4 Hie. 

Ih von Talk raise. 

Turso $1,,’'i00, 3 jeur-nlds and upwaril. Allowances. 
(Track ncord; June 7, 1921— 1 110. ) 



Ind. 


Horse. Wt. 


Ucc. 


A.Wt.ilan 


(62835) 


NAUGHTY NISBA 93 


1:12 


3 95. . 


7.50 


6!M80* 


Ararat 133 


1:11% 


4 110X740 


62H0 


bLird Allen 105 


1 :12% 


3 lOOX 


740 


(SJC.42) 


Barnu’uda 




3 itmx 


733 


62243* 


rude Vclo 100 


1:12 


4 IISXTAI 


6Z21G 


Buddie Kean ....10."i. 


!1:12'% 


4 107 X 


735 


625G0 


hRib Grass 119 


1:13 


3 97. . 


730 


62480* 


James F. O'Hara 










(M) 104 


1:13 


4 107. . 


730 


€2249 


bRlnc Paradise ... 99 


1:11% 


7 105X72.J 




rndervvriter 




3 97.. 






Weary Dick 




3 106.. 






Second Race — 5-8 


Mile. 






Purse 


$1,400. 2-ycar-ohi8. 


Maidens. 


Fillies. 


('iYick record: June 22, 1910 — 59—2 — 109.) 




62323 


Begum 




112. 


72.3 


62517 


Miss Meise 113 


l:06%h 


112. 


720 


62075 


Lily M 




112. 


71.3 


61742 


Prestolite 




112. 


710 


62212 


F'leeting 112 


1:03% 


112. 


70.3 


€94 J1 


Rnperhum 




112. 


Too 




l’L;yful Miss 




112. 






Dust Flower 




112. 






Alice Blue Gown. 




112. 






Crayon 




112. 





Fourth Race — 3-4 HU*. 
Purse $1,401. ,3-jear-oIds ami upward. 

(Track record: June 7, 1921 — 1:10%- 

(62322) Col. Taylor 117 1:11% 

62326* Pyz ia*> 1:13% 

62516* Gra.vson 110 1:13 

62C40* Uirdie G 104 1:13% 

62216* bYouiieed 118 1:12 

622S6 Green Gold 113 1:12% 

62296 •bllonor Man 113 1:12 

62480 Ken Rolt lOS 1:12% 

62516* Pi.nd.er F*cel 110 1:13% 

624S5 •b.Sowcll Oombs 110 1:11% 

61872 Philanderer 104 1:13% 

62368 •Itormont 101 1:13% 

62210 Archie Alexander. .109 1:12% 

C2479* bRed I.eg8 Ill 1:13% 

62518 bWhippet 104 1:12% 

62395 Rrown Eyes (M)..108 1:18>% 

5S051* Hyunpom 104 1:14% 

605C4 'Stamp 109 1:15 



Claiming. 
- 0-110 ) 

6 104X72.'> 

6 100. .720 

7 106X715 

3 101X71.-, 

6 112X715 

7 110X71.. 

6 111. .71.5 

4 106.. 710 

3 10S..710 

7 111X710 

4 104X710 
4 99.. 705 
6 112X70.-, 
4 110X705 
4 104 X 701 

3 109.. 700 

4 110X700 
3 99X700 



2nd RACE 



Tt-H Mile. 2-yenr-oIilN. Mnldenn. 
(Jane 22, 1!»10 r.JI 2 lOlt.) 



Siieelal 'WeiKlit?** 



BEGUM, b. f, 2 (M) 112 By Chicle — Regina, by Broomstick. 

(Trainer, M. Goldblatt. Owner, H. P. Whitrev). 

62323 L.atonia 4J f 54 fast 42 116 4 6 6* 6“ W W T’lor 8 A. M. Humphrey, K Morn, G.Maid 



MISS KEISE, b. f, 2 (M) 112 

I (Trainer, K. Spence. Owner, Mentfort Jones), 
j 62.517 Eatonla 5-8 l:0t%hvy 40 115 6 8 ■ 

EILY H., b. f, 2 (M) 112 

I (Trainer, J. M. Goode. Owner, J. W. Parrish), 
j (,207.5 Churchill 4i f 6&%hvy 40 116 6 7 ( 

j PRESTOLITE, b. f. 2 (M) 112 

I (Trainer, A. Baker. Owner, A. B. Hancock), 
j Cl 712 Churchill 1-2 47%fast S6 115 C 5 6 

;C1621 Lex’ton 4i f 64 fast 18 112 9 8 1 



By Ormondalo — Margaret Meise, by Star Shoot. 

4'J 7" E Scoble 11 Tokihime, P.endita, Minnie H. 

By Short Grass — Rosewood, by Magneto. 

6* 6* S McGraw 8 Paniia, Sw't L.ady, M’cuie Maid 
By North Star III. — Presacella, by Cylleae. 

6.J 6" D Conn’llylO Sympatliy, OuiOui, Ilelixlirizoiiia 
8‘ 8" D Conn’llj’12 FighlingCook, OuiOui, FiillSpooa 



FEEETTNG, ch. f, 2 (M) 112 By Manager 5 

(Trainer, S. Chenault. Owner, T. C. McDowell). 

62212 CliuiThiU 5-8 l:01%fast 19 112 7 8 7* 7‘* W' Pool 



Fifth Race— 1 MUo. 
lAcking Ihirse. 

Parse $1,800. S-ycar-olds and upw-ird. Allowances. 
(Track record: July 3, 1919 — 1:36% — 4 — 106.) 



62212 CliuiThiU 5-8 l:01%fast 
SUTERBUM, h. f, 2 (M) 



By Manager Waite— Independence, by Ballet, 
7‘* W Pool 8 Metric, Taylor Hay, Wida 



Third Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards, 
Purse $1,400. 3-ycar-olds. Claiming 
(Track record: Nov. 3, 1917 — 1:41% — 3 — 1 

(62267) ‘Urats Tticks 99 1:40 1( 

61795 lUue Deep 1( 

(62478) Sp.jrtsmau 11 

62478* Oo l.ii 11 

(58121) 'Split Grass ...... 1( 

62357*'bFred Kinaey .... 1( 

62479 Jordan 100 1:46% 11 

62479 Itejul (SI) 1(84 1:45% 11 

6w519*'b\Vui. Oldt 1( 

62361 Charline 105(1:40% 1( 

62518 'bFlorida lilussom .. 1( 

62157 Hilly SIcCray (M). 11 

62476 'Ever IkdJ (M) 103 1:47% 1( 

62157 'bHreunan (SI) 1( 

57071 I>23t llrush (SI).. 1( 

62324 Autocrat (M) .... 11 

62361 I’cte Foy (M).... 11 

62355 Dr. Pinll (M) 11 



-12C.) 
108X725 
100 X 720 

115. . 715 
106X715 

101.. 715 

106. . 715 
lir,. .71.5 

111. . 715 
106X710 
108X710 
101X710 

111. . 705 I 

106. . 705 

106. . 700 
100. .7(MI 
111 X7(Ml I 

111. . 700 j 
111. .700 ‘ 



62399 » 


Parader 


..108 


1:38 


4 106 X 750 


62440 


Neddam 


. .114 


1:37% 


6 103 X 745 


624S9 


John F'inn 


1 22 


1:39 


3 102X745 


(62398) 


lAght Rose 


.. 95 


1:40 


4 110X74.3 


62440* 


Advocate 


..10s 


1:38% 


4 109X740 


62480 


Blowing Bubbles 


..113 


1 :40% 


4 103X725 




Sixth Race — 6 


1-2 Forlcngs. 




Purse $1,300. 2-year-olds. Claiming. 


(Track record: June 7, 


, 1909 -1 :05% 


-3—93.) 


(6S400) 


Kent L 






115. .72s 


62438 


ranna 






112X720 


62481* 


•Dearie 






107X715 


62303 


Slanderer 






115. .715 


(62617) 


Tokiliinie ....... 






112. .715 


(62356) 


MacBeth 






115. .710 


62481 


Antonia 






112X710 


62658* 


•Stone Age (M) 






105. .705 


62356 


•Admirer (M) ... 






106. .700 


62214 


Needy (M) 






107. .700 


62400 


Mart O’llam (M) 






X10..700 


62477 


Polite (M) 






UO. .700 



*’ ‘ Superman — Dolly Bultman, by Alloway. 

(Trainer, L. Johnson. Owner, G. H. Enebelkamp). 

F.G nds 2-8 26 mud 4( 106 6 5t> S*.) A Wilson 12 .\iitonin. Dearie, I.ilac Time 

od.3 3-8 38%hvy 5 114 4 3'i 4*4 F C’ltilettl 8 HiiItKoss, St. Angelina, M'sentte 

F.G’nds 3-8 37 hvy 12 114 6 5‘ 4‘ J D M ney 12 SIaiJ.\V(M)d, S.A’gelina, K’pi.S. 

P.G*nds 3-8 34%fast 50 114 10 10* 10** E Ambrosel2 Sl.Sltuerva, K’pieS., S(,.4iigt iiua 



First start for the following: 

PLAYFUL MISS, hr. f, 2 (H) 112 

(Trainer, V/. Perkins. Owner, W. Parkins). 

DUST FLOWER, ch. f, 2 (M) 112 

(Trainer, J. C. Milam. Owner, J. C. Milam), 

ALICE BLUE GOWN, gr. f, 2 (M) 112 



(Trainer, G. H. Keene. OwTier, J. 0. & G. H. Keene). 



By George Smith — Misplay, by Fair Play. 
By Peter Quince— Stick Pin, by McGee. 
By Luke McLuke— Carene, by Grey Leg. 



CRAYON, hr. f, 2 (M) 



(Trainer, C. O’Malley. Owner, R. B. & B. O. Hickman), 



By Chicle — Sketchy, by Peter Pan, 



3rd RACE 



1 Mile and 70 Yards. 
1:41 4-5 ;{ lliG.) 



3-}'ear-oldM. Claiming:. ( IVoe. 3, 1017- 



Seventh Race— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 

Purse $1,700. 3-ycar-oIds and upward. Claiming. 
(Track record: Nov. 3, 1017— 1:41%— 3—126 ) 



(62239) '’I'ulalip 

(62441)'b.louett 

62441* bSands of Plcaanre . . 1 10 1:45% 
G2441* Drotherly Love ...102 1:43% 

C2441 RIamey Stone ....106 1:43% 

612299 Wapiti 103 1:44% 

62397 Inimokalee 



8 100X7.50 
6 111X74.5 
• 109 X 745 
5 109 X 740 
4 106 X 730 

4 104X725 

5 »7..725 



BRASS TACKS, br. f, 3 108 

(Trainer, M. Shields, Owner, M. Shields). 
62357 Latonia 1 1-16 l;49%fast 19-10 1C6 4 1 

62008 Churchill 1 l:39%fast 21 95 8 1 

61789 Churchill 7-8 l:2€%fast 16 100 11 11 

60345 F.G’nds ImTOy l:45%fast 21 99 6 5 6 6 

59698 F.G’nds 1 l:44%mud 30 104} 13 3 4 

59413 P.G’nds 64 f l;0S%fast 15 103 8 10 9 

59214 Jeff son 64 f 1:09 fast 7 106 6 7 6 

59070 Jeff’son 6| f 1:09 fast 10 108 1 7 7 

58934 Jeff’son 3-4 1 :16 fast 6 107 10 9 6 

57621 Latonia 64 f l:12%hvy 6 110 7 4 6 

56473 Latonia 



LATONIA JOCKEY PEUCENTAGE.S. 

From Jaiianry 1, 1021, to Jane G, 1022, IncloMlve. 



forkej. 


P.C. 


Wt. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


J<»ckey. 


PC. 


Wt. 


Mts. 


1st. 




Sd. 


Van Ihisen, (L 


. .20 


108 


46 


9 


9 


2 


Kederis, J. .. 


... .11 


102 


178 


20 


21 


17 


Pool, E 


. .20 


103 


731 


143 


111 


138 


Owens, J. ... 


... .10 


94 


241 


23 


88 


29 


I'rtvics, R 


.20 


105 


60 


10 


10 


4 


Roehm, E. .. 


... .10 


105 


21 


2 


X 


4 


Kennedy, B. .. 


. .19 


103 


682 


123 


100 


109 


Murray, T. .. 


... .10 


111 


373 


89 


83 


63 


Wirth, Li. 


. .17 


105 


12 


2 


2 


1 


Rmilh, F. ... 


... .10 


103 


251 


24 


22 


17 


Pool, E 


. .17 


108 


161 


27 


13 


24 


Zocller, J. .. 


... .09 


107 


335 


SI 


40 


86 


Howard, J 


. .17 


105 


128 


21 


13 


11 


I'rancis, J. .. 


... .00 


105 


665 


63 


81 


69 


Fields, G 


. .16 


105 


729 


113 


01 


96 


Breuniug, G. 


... .09 


100 


274 


28 


28 


80 


Garner, M 


. .18 


108 


921 


145 


114 


126 


Arvin, A. ... 


... .09 


96 


104 


9 


4 


14 


Wileon, A 


. .15 


103 


558 


84 


84 


83 


Frieshon, A. 


... .09 


95 


135 


12 


25 


19 


Noble, E 


. .15 


107 


309 


46 


40 


52 


Morriu-sey, W. 


... .as 


111 


254 


20 


20 


19 


Burke, 11. J. .. 


. .14 


107 


5.'>4 


77 


66 


70 


Martin, E. .. 


... .08 


107 


204 


16 


13 


21 


Mink. L 


. .14 


119 


85 


12 


11 


13 


Dishmon, C. 


... .07 


102 


44 


S 


S 


3 


Gr.iy, II 


. .14 


104 


76 


11 


13 


7 


McGraw, 8. . 


... .07 


99 


137 


10 


22 


12 


Burke. J. 11. .. 


. .11 


107 


554 


77 


68 


76 


Yerrat, A. .. 


... .07 


94 


61 


4 


4 


9 


Connelly, D. ... 


. .14 


no 


301 


43 


O0 


40 


Stutts, II. ... 


... .05 


94 


19 


X 


0 


8 


Thclcn, V 


. .14 


100 


14 


2 


0 


2 


Harrington, R. 


.. .06 


107 


212 


10 


18 


8 


Barrett, N 


. .13 


no 


261 


3.5 


26 


17 


Dcmourelle, C. 





95 


2 


0 


0 


0 


Bcohic, E 


. .13 


1C3 


a83 


86 


88 


00 


Matthews, It. 


. . 


95 


8 


0 


0 


0 


Robbins, J. ... 


. .i:t 


lOS 


31 


4 


6 


7 


Jackson, B. . 





no 


7 


0 


0 


0 


Taylor. W. W. 


. .12 


113 


120 


14 


11 


21 


Moore, F". L 




90 


6 


9 


X 


0 



let RAPP 3-4 Mile. Devoa Park Parse. 3-yenr-olds and upward. Allow- 
lOl flHOL- anees. (June 7, 1021 1:10 4-.G G llO.) 

Index Course Dist Time T*tk Odds Wt St % Str Fin Jockeys St.irtcd Onler of Finish 

NAUGHTY NIS3A. ch. f, 3 95 By The Manager — Daisy Platt, by Marta Baata. 

(’Trainer, J. C. Milam. Owner, D. Breckinridge). 



6243.5 Latonia 
62298 lm.tonla 



3-4 1:12 fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 



6 97 6 4 2* 14 C Ralls 
44 97 4 6 a 1* W Pool 



KC22 Iiatonig 


B-8 l:00%fast 


14 


115 


2 T 


7 


845A2 Church’ 1 


4i f 


&3%fast 


53 


107 


6 


( 


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(Trainer, M. 
62480 I.£tonla 
62159 Churchill 
61941 (RiurchUl 
61037 Havana 
60951 Havana 
60873 Havana 
60698 Havana 
CtX.H7 Havana 
69T39 Havana 



Goldblatt. Owner, M. 
3-4 1:13 fast 13^ 

3-4 l:12%fast 1-2 

3-4 1:12%fast 8-6 

3-4 l:12%fast 7-6 

3-1 1:13 fast 8-6 

64 f 1 :06%fast 6-6 
3-4 l:12%fast 7-6 134 1 
3-4 1:13 fa.st 1 126 1 

3-4 l:ll%fast 1 12t 1 



Goldblatt), 
115 7 3 

112 1 I 



LORD ALLEN, b. c, 3 
(Trainer, L. Cahn 
62440 Lutunia 3- 

€2327 l.aitonia 3- 

68795 Jeff son 64 fl: 
68265 l^x'ton 3-4 1: 

68340 Lex’ton FC 1 

68107 Church’ 1 8-4 1 

67982 Church’ 1 3-4 1 

614S6 I.Rtonia 1-4 1 

67116 Latonia 3-4 1 

66076 Latonia 6-8 1 

64921 Latonia 6-8 1 



Owner, T. J, Pendergast), 
4 l:ll%f,ast 26 102 4 4 
4 l:13%fast 31-10 103 4 I 
:07%fast 4-5 112 2 3 1 

12%fast 6 105 1 11 

:10%fast 17-10 107 3 1 1 

12%fast 20 102 3 IS 

12%fast S-S 106 3 1 1 

13%good2l-10 109 1 11 

13%fast 18 112 7 6 3 

00*.i,fast 17 119 6 6 4 

00%fast 24 107 4 3 1 



9 MiSKMuf’ns, Hadrian, STlComba 
8 Wayw’dljidy, Rullion, Gr’uGold 



9 lierniceK., AtUGal, BiU andOuo 



By Broomstick — Dovelet, by Peter Pan. 

3* 8* n Conn’lly 8 Col. Baker, J.F. O’Hara, Jim. Daw 

S* 8* D Conn lly 4 Rap.D.sy, AdonLs, HlchaelJ.Daly 

1* 1'4 D Conn’lly 0 Ro’lDick. MisaMuf’ns. M’yReigel 

6* 3*4 L Penman 6 Last One, Guv’nor, T^e Boy 
2»* S‘i M Garner 5 l.a8tODe, Meliora, B.ofUliz’town 

34 2® L Ptnrrian 7 Gnv’nor, laist One, The Boy 

3* St* M Garner 7 J. Pryor, B.ofBlizab’town, Tacola 

2* 34 C Hoh’son 7 The Boy, Aiken, Guv’nor 

1* 2*^ C Rob’aon 6 Aiken, Leghorn, Miss Mafflaa 

By Frizzle — Mary King, by Fatherlesa. 

4' 6*4 F Smith 7 Br’dalbane, D’tinetion, Advocate 

36 2* F Smith 5 RoyalPalm, KlmerK., BoyalDlck 

1’ 1* F Smith 6 K’tGrass, Simplicity, Omnipot’t 

1* 1* F Smith 4 Rockniinister, Caaey, Stonewall 

1'4 1* E Scoble 8 Billy Star, Uekab, Aloft 

44 4‘ E Scoble 7 B.o’Bl’k, F. Phantom. Br'dalbana 

2* 6*1 E Scoble 9 Glyn, Georgette, Uekab 

1* 1'4 E Scoble 8 Bernice K., Topmast. Lnga 

66 7*4 F Smith 10 Carpenter, Washington, B.Brnak 

6** 6*4 W Alur sey C J.Flun, Ruckmlnlster, Waah’too 

1* N Barrett 4 Bockminiater, Rekab, Topmast 



UNCLE VELO, h. g. 4 113 

(Trainer, M. C. Moore. Owner, M. C. 
C22 43 Churchill 1 3-16 2:00%fa3t 11-6 115 

€2115 Churchill 11-8 1:53 f.-ust 3-2 108 
61910 Churchill 1 1-16 l:46%fast 23-10 100 
61772 Churchill 1 1-8 1:52 fast 13-10 106 



By Uncle — Velocity, by Henry of HaTarro. 

Moore) . 

1 1 24 2' N Barrett 8 Jordan, Cortlla, Corson 

2 2 6* 6“ G Breun’g 7 OntHp, L’yUIlian, PirateMcGeo 

6 6 3* 3* G Breun'g 8 J.S. Reardon, WulnutHall, Padna 



61457 I>‘X'ton 


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b. c, 4 




107 






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(Trainer, F. 


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D. W 


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62216 Churchill 


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8-6 


105 


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2-4 l:14'/shvy 66 


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RIB GRASS, ch. c. 3 



(Trainer, T. J, Harmon. Owner, Short Grass Stable), 



By Short Crass — Marian Hood, by Martagon. 



62397 Latonia 3-4 l;12%fa«st 15 102 9 
68003 Jamaica 64 f 1 :06%fa.-5t 7 115 1 2 

67580 Jamaica 64fl:07%fast 15 109 2 6 

609.39 BeUn’t 3-4 MO l:ll%fast 50 U9 6 • 

6*761 Belm’t BJf MG l:05%fast 13-5 1104 2 3 

66812 Empire Ab 3-4 l:09%fast 15 113 7 7 

65696 Empire 64 f l:08%alow 34 112 3 3 

JAMES F. O’HARA, b. c. 4 (M) 107 



9 S4 6’* E Scoble 9 SuavePrince, Inquisition, Dolores 

8 3‘ 4'* C Kummer 5 Com. Song, Phan. Blue, Taag’ine 

8 8‘* 8" C Turner 9 Sleivecouard, Penitent, Modesty 

1* 20' 14*3 L McAtee 22 Bunting, Galaiitmau, D. of Allah 

I 4 4’4 C Kummer 4 HarrMan, Yan.Star, CherryTree 

I 8 8‘* L Ens€>r 8 Rnnstar, Kal-Sang, Little Chief 

1 1* 16 C Kummer 9 Ray Jay, Fifty Fifty, RestraUt 



(’Trainer, J. D. Adkins. Owner, Kirkfield Stable). 



By Uncle— Saintolat, by Sain. 



62480 I..atonU 3-4 1:13 fast 27-10 101 8 
Ran in the following races ns Sir William: 



6*2T)0 Ft. Erie 
66817 K’ worth 
6o618 Windsor 



8-4 l:14%fast 6 
3-4 1:13 fast 11 
1 l:39\fast 23 



BLUE PARADISE, h. m, 7 
(Trainer, B. J. Brannon 

62210 Churchill 3-4 1;I2%fast 13 107 6 4 8 8*4 J Zoellor 9 P.enBolt, Tonnecd. Ground Swell 

€2156 ( hurchill 3-4 1 :12%faat 3 100 4 6 3® 4‘4 W I’ool 8 J.S. Ucartloa. W.I.iady, UonoiMan 

62006 Churchill 64 f l:19%f:ist 4 106 6 3 44 5*1 A Wilson 12 blarse John, Tacola, Orlova 

6X741 Chui-Lhill 3-4 l:127sfa£t 14 W1 5 6 7" 7'* IJ ScUeffel 9 IHrh(k>st, M. Muffins, lUpidDny 

60368 h.G nds 3-4 l:12%fast 8 101 4 6 6 4* 4* J Owens 8 C’timetcT, Ir. Dream, Mavuiirn'n 

10233 F.G’nds 64 f l:06%fast 8 1034 8 3 2 U 14 E Barnes llC.Tuylor, Kis.Rock. A.Alei’der 

18538 Cburch’l 3-4 l:12%fast 9 104 6 7 7 64 5*4 E Anthony 9 Itaiiid Day, Itedmun, St. Michael 

17269 laitonia 3-4 l:12%fost 64 103 3 8 2 16 1® G Fields 8 Ruby, Meliora, Furbelow 

17300 I.a&tojiia 3-4 l:12%fast 18 107 8 1 8 10® 10'* R Har’ton 12 Abadane, Redmon, GIcriaFrance 

14755 Latonia 1-4 T:lCrvmud 13 100 1 8 6 6' 6'® E Josiah 8 Xiadriun, Murvin May, 8. Combs 



Brannon. Owner, B. J. Brannon). 

3-4 1;I2%fast 13 107 6 6 8 8*i J Zoellor 



6-8 1 :01%fast 3-6 HI 8 



By Helmet — Grail, by Atheling. 

I'l 1'4 J Owens 7 C.tsey, Fred Kinney, Jordan 
14 1’ J Owens 15 Opulent, I'.ojul, Alameda Girl 

8' 8" J Owen.s 14 Castloreagti. Be Good. Bojul 

3* 2'4 K Martin 11 H. Kemble, 1,’kyGirl. V’ledColl’n 
4* 4'® B Martin BallutMark, WillowTree, (Vm&ul 
8' 8*4 E Marlin 12 Fusee, Sitnple Simon, Dare 

7“® 5* E Marlin 12 Myltosie, IlermisKemble, Attoo 

7* 7*4 E Martin 12 Skooter, Dol.Varden, 1‘o’derFace 

7* 6*3 E Martin 12 D’bfounder, Pl’ibelle. 11. Kemble 

46 4‘i G Fields 10 Marimba, Canny Lady, Charline 

6* C»| L Lyke 11 Or. Dale. Jewell V. D., W.O.’IeU 



BLUE DEEP, b. f, 3 106 

(Tra.iner, A. Baker. Owner, A. B. Hancock). 
6X795 Churchill 1 1-16 l:47%fast 6 106 2 6 ' 



61624 Lex’ton 
C8336 Lex’ton 
6826.1 Lex’ton 
6797S Church’ 1 
67771 J.^lorila 
67675 I.,atonia 
56763 Latcnia 
55236 Latonia 



1 l:40%fast 27-6 1 
1 l:42'4mud 15 107 7 

FC l:12%fast 3-2 112 2 

8-4 l:14%faat 19 112 7 

1 l:40%fast 14 1(» 1 

3-4 l:14%fast 14 112 8 

64 f l:09%slow 27-10 U3 10 
6-8 1.-06 hvy 16 111 3 



6 106 2 
27-6 112 6 
107 7 4 6 
112 2 5 

112 7 8 

1 (» 1 2 2 
112 8 6 



By Wrack — Mario Frances, by Sir Dixen. 

7* 7" M Gamer 8 Megan, Stonewall, Oo I«a Igi 
44 4*4 F Wilson 9 Biiglit Trnsli, .Megan, Oo I.:i I,a 
8 6'* 6** J Kederls 7 Rekab, IgidyAstor, EvelynWhite 

8 34 1® M Garner 8 B’fnIDream, Ev. Stories, F.ljiirk 

6 64 4* H J BurltelS Reliahillty, Eve. Stories, It. Betty 

2 3‘ 3’ E Pool 8 Thibodaux, Lt. Colonel, t'liarllue 

7 36 6* E Pool 11 Asia, Reliability, Our Belay 

9 8'4 8" E Pool 12 Glyn, M’aiel Winsor, CoilegeGlrl 

4 2' 2* E Pool 10 Riga, ThcCol’sLiidy, N'aucyLana 



SPORTSMAN, ch. c, 3 



(Trainer, 8. Chenault. Owner, T. C. McDow ell). 



By The Manager — Auriga, by Waterboy. 



62478 Latonia 
62361 I.,atonia 



1 1-16 l:47%faat 21-10 106 



1 1-16 l:4S'/ifast 



! 6221 I Churchill 1 1-16 l:46%fast 



62112 Churchill 
61829 Churchill 
61619 Lex' ton 
58;-:98 Lex'ton 
68290 Lex’ton 



3-4 l:12%fast 
8-4 1:15 mud 
2-4 l:13%fast 



1 106 1 
3 110 5 
16 102 2 
18f 1074 
18 112 9 



FC l:ll%fast 3-2 115 3 



112 6 4 6 
106 



00 LA LA, hr. f, 3 106 

(Trainer, D. T. Morris. Owner, J. Spencer). 
624 78 I.Atonla 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 13 102 6 4 

C23C1 Latonia 1 1-lC l:4S%fast 6 105 6 2 

62(108 Churcdiill 1 l:39%fast 7 1C8 15 9 

61795 Churchill 1 1-16 l:47%fast 31-10 101 3 6 

6162 4 Lex’ton 1 l:40%fast 12 112 7 4 

69024 Jeff'son 64 f 1 :12%hvy 6-5 112 3 3 2 

68913 Jeff son 6-8 1 :03'%good 6 110 8 4 3 

68359 Lex ton PC l:12%slow 66 110 8 6 7 

57074 Laton.'i 64 f 1:08 fast 11 104 8 1 8 

36895 Latonia 64 f l:C7%fast 8f 103 7 7 7 

56322 Ft. Erie 64 f l:07%good 6 100 4 4 4 



11 1'4 E Martin 8 Alameda Girl, Ooloilgi, Randel 
4 4 3*J V/ Pool 7 AlamediiGirl, Raiidi l, Oo Ivi La 
3* 2* N Barrett 6 Ueil Wingfield, Dorins, Rob 
6' 3* J Kederis 13 NaughlyNisba, Troilus, i'lantoon 
34 8*4 J Howard 11 Ih-Boiiero, SkilesKnoli, Win. Oldt 
84 8" J Howard 9 lIoldMe, I>>t.l,or:iinc, C.d'Amoiir 
1* 1* J Howard 10 Bartered, Bon. Blue. Bean Dream 
4^ 6" J Howard 5 Our Dear, Our Betsy, Ida McGee 

By Pataui! — Dusty Coat, by Ethelbert, 

4'' 3'5 O Fields 8 Sportsman. Alam. Girl. Randel 
34 4*3 B Scoble 7 Alam. Giil, Randel, Sport man 
7' 4 5* D Ccnn'llylS Brass Tacks, Oiiulcat, Bojul 
6* 3* J Owens 8 Megan, Stonew a:l. Bright 'Trash 
34 34 D Conn lly 9 BrightTrasli, Megan, Blue Deep 
2‘* 1’4 F Weiner 8 D'hruiinilei-, ItillBlock. Briarclifl 
4' 2* F Weiner 11 Fusee, Gmalhart, lauly Zeus 
7* 7*4 H J Burkelk T’lalip, M.Crestw’d, W’d’gTh’gh 
9' 8*4 B Parke 12 L. I’olly, T.Col’l’sLadv, B'K’gham 
8' 6'4 B Parke 12 Hold.Me, Lit.FoUy. LiliianMaeS. 
4* 3* H Stearns 10 Chlurls, Al, Moco 



SPLIT G RAS S, b. f, 3 101 By Short Grass — Intrigue, by Kingston. 

(Traner, T. J. Harmon. Owner, Short Grass Stud). 

68121 Empire 64 f l:09%fast 25 102 7 6 6 34 1' C BFening 12 Viney.nrd, W. Deuce, C. o’ Gold 

68000 Jamaica 64 f l:07%fast 30 99 8 8 8 3 * 9" C Bruen’g 11 Grisclda, Prettylaidy, Spiiuitng 

67762 Jamaica 64fl:06%fast 60 115 3 8 6 7‘ 8*'C Kummer 9 Bee’sWax, Ir.Coiifetti, AiinaM. 

67415 Aq’duct 6-8 69%faet 60 U5 2 8 8* 8'* G Babin 12 Bayonne, Yashmak, Auiia M. 



FRED KINNEY, hr. g. 3 106 By 

(Trainer, J. KcKeon. Owner, W. A. Baumgartner). 
62357 I>atonia 1 1-16 l:49%fast 8 106 1 4 3* 3'i 

€1977 Churchill 7-8 1 ;2.'^.%f.'ist 61 104 8 6 4* 4" 

61619 Lex’ton 3-4 l:13%fast 70 107 6 4 3t> 4*5 

60429 F.G’nds 3-4 l:12%fast 10 106 11 11 11 KB 10" 

60341 F.G'nds 3-4 l:13%fast 18-5 106 8 8 8 84 6* 

60259 F.G’nds 3-4 l:14%good 3 102 7 ( 6 34 2‘i 

69763 F.G’nds 64 f l:07%KOod 2 110 8 3 1 14 2' 

59679 F.G’nds 8-4 l:13%faat 8 XU 7 8 4 8* 3* 

JORDAN, ch. o, 8 115 By 

(Trainer, P. Coyne. Owner, A. Board). 



62479 I.Atonia 
€2357 Latonia 



ImTOy l’:45%fast 
X 1-16 l:49%fast 



62243 Churchill 1 3-16 2:00%fast 
62157 Churchill 1 1:40 fast 
62008 Churchill 1 l:39%faat 
65(198 Latonia 6-8 l:02%siow U 



11 100 7 7 

U-6 110 7 7 

20 94 8 4 

4 109 3 7 

7f 106 H> 10 
lU 8 7 6 



By Towton Field — Maud McKee, by Luke Ward, 
tner). 

3’ 3'4 E Rochm 7 Brass Tucks. Casey, Jordan 
4* 4'“ E Koelim 13 M.Bodinc, A..MoxanUer, Penwell 
3t> 4*3 E Roehm 9 lluUlMe, Ix>t. L^raiiie, C.d’Aniour 
10' 10'* E Aiiibr’sell Avispa, Gam. Gurten, L Liraiiia 
84 6* J Owens 11 Birdie O., Bernice K., Guieta 

34 2‘4 J Owens 9 L-istEffort, Bloss.lluuse, Image 

14 2' A Wilson 11 Deliii.Muid, For.tju’ii, Simplicity 

3* 3* A Wilson 10 1‘elie, Kuol Grass, Mabel Curtis 

By Tony Bonero — Boja, by Handsel. 

7* 7*3 W Pool 8 KorMy, Red I>cgs, TwiiikleBlue 

4* 4* W Pool 7 Bras -.Tacks, ('asey, FredKiriney 

14 1* J Owens 8 I'nclc Veto, Orilla, Cotsoii 

7‘4 7" B Kenn’dyla Gr. Daddy, Fly. Prince, Fr’kBoyd 
8* 8*4 B Kenn’dylS Brass Tacks, Opulent, Bvjul 
6' 6'“ M Garner 8 Article X., Duiiiis, Randel 



BOJUL, b. g, 8 (M) 111 By Sidbow — Julia H. Faulkner, by Autolight. 

(Trainjr, G. P. Mattingly. Owner, G. P. Mattingly). 



62479 Lm.tonia lm70y l:46%fast 



62237 Churchill 



BARRACUDA, ch. c, 3 106 By Trap Rock — Balancoire, by Meddler. 

(Trainer, L. Johnson. Owner, J. Greenberg). 

C2042 Churchill 7-8 l:26%good 13-10 116 1 1 X* 1* A Wilson 9 Bred at Home, Hamet. G.Daddy 

60583 F.G’nds 1 l:42ithvy 7 90 2 1 3 3 4 4'* J Owens 4 Manoevre, Slippery Khn, Rep 

8c085 F.G’nds 64 f l:19%hvy 3 116 6 3 8 3* 2k J McCoy 12 Miracle Man, Hickory, Xl’moden 



62189 Chupchill 1 1-16 1:47', tfast 
62008 Churchill 1 l:39%fast 

61875 Churchill 11-16 1:47 fast 
61789 Churchill 7-8 l:26%fast 
58210 Church’ 1 7-8 l:26%fast 10 

68104 Church’l 1 l:40%fast 31-: 

67944 Church’l 7-8 l:2S%fast 13 

67676 L>atonla 1 1:42 fast 64 

67526 Latonia 3-4 l:U%fast 28 



lm70y l:45%fast 10 104 6 
7-8 l:26%fast X7 104 7 

1 1-16 l:47',tf:ist 8 102 I 

1 l:39%fast 81 106 8 

1 1-16 1:47 fast U 110 1 

7-8 l:26%fast 16 110 4 

7-8 l:26%fast 10 IB 7 4 7 

1 l:40%fast 31-10 103 6 3 8 

7-8 l:2S%fast 13 113 8 4 8 

1 1:42 fast 64 103 7 8 7 

3-4 l:U%fast 28 101 8 9 



WM. OLDT, hr. g. S 106 

(Trainer, W. Perkins. Owner, O. F. Baker), 



62519 LAtonia 3-4 1:16 hvy U-6 98 3 3 

62237 Churchill 7-8 l;2C%fast U 103 2 3 

62183 (Riurcbill 3-4 l:14%fast 7 100 4 t 

€1872 Churchill 3-4 l:13%fast 6 101 6 4 

61829 Churchill 3-4 1:15 mud 8-2 100 11 

61769 ChurchUl 7-8 l:26%fast 7 100 8 3 

61453 lAx’ton 11:40 fast 4 U7 1 X 

67664 lAtonia 8-4 l:15%hvy 16 108 8 8 7 

67391 Latonia 8-4 1:16 slow 16f lU 4 4 1 

67340 Latonia 64 f l:ll>%hvy 4 lU 8 7 8 

58369 Windsor 61 f l:10%slop U lU 4 4 8 

66080 D’ shire 6-8 l:03%slow 7-6 114 2 XI 

56890 K’ worth 64 f l:07%fast 21-XO 180 X 13 

CHARLINE, br. f, 3 X06 

(Trainer, G. V. Barnes. Owner, 0. W. Clark) 
62361 lAtonia 1 X-16 l:48%fast 8 106 3 6 

62189 Churchill X 1-16 l:47%fast 23 96 4 8 

62008 Churchill 1 l:39%fast 23 107 U U 

61 795 Churchill X 1-X6 l:47%fast 16 108 7 T 

6C146 F.G’nds lm7«y l:4«%fast 7 109 9 9 10 10 

59941 F.G’nds 1 l:61%hvy 16-6 102 3 4 4 3 

59803 F.G’nds 1 1:48 hvy 2J 86 4 7 7 7 

69681 F.G'nds ImTOy l:45%fast 12-6 1064 3 10 H) • 
69653 F.G’nds 11:41 fast 3 X06 7 t 10 • 

6*617 F.G’nds X l;4S%mud 34 104 6 3 3 8 

68104 Church’l 1 l:40%fast 23-10 106 7 • 4 6 

FLORIDA BLOSSOM, oh. f, 3 101 



10 104 B 3 4* 4'i B Kenn'dy 8 Korhly, Red Ix’gs, TwinkleBIue 

17 104 7 7 44 34 H Gray 10 Castlereagh, Blaise, Macliiavelli 

8 102 I B 0* 6‘4 H Gray 7 (’heerla>a«ier, Siiiitied, I’.’ekTImiig 

81 106 8 8 6* 3* T Wilson 15 BrassT'ks, Opulent, AlamedaGir] 

U 110 17 7* 7‘* A Wilson S Megan, Duriiis, Casey 

16 110 4 7 44 3'® A Wilson 14 Ciistloreagh, IteGocd, Fly. Prince 

5 7 4 7 8 6* 6*4 A Wilson 11 UiicleSonny, OurDear, S-aiiiFrank 

'3 6 3 8 8 34 3* A Wilson 10 Charline, Sam Frank, Fincasile 

3 8 4 8 4 4* 2* A Wilson 8 Maximac, Lt. Colonel, Fineastio 

1 7 8 7 7 6* 4* A Wilson 10 Georgette, Bright Trash, Pumpa 

'18 8 18* 8" H Gregory 12 FlyBall, BluckBetty, Fiucastle 

106 By Dick Finuell — Paradise Won, by Prince of 

. F. Baker), Monaco. 

U-6 98 3 3 6' 4'1 W Pool 9 Greenland, Grace Mitinrd, Blaise 

12 103 2 3 7'4 8*i C Dishm’nIO Castlereagh, Blaise, Bojul 

7 100 4 t 2k 5* G Breun’g 10 Blaise, Hereafter, Trust Official 

6 101 6 4 4k 6* (1 Breun’g 12 Nenette, Archie Alexander, Dad 

8-2 KX) 11 4* 3* G Breun'g 11 DeBoncro, SkilosKnob, Hullo 

7 100 8 3 24 2* Q Breun’glO MayBisline, Tioilus. C.il’Amour 

4 107 1 X 34 4*4 T Murray 8 Megan. Alvcrida, Stonewall 

S 8 8 7 7 7" E Pool 7 Glyn. Hysteria, The Col.’s Igidy 

13 4 4 3 6k 8'J E Pool 12 Carpenter, Jankii, Tern Hare Jr. 

■6 8 7 8 4k 6*4 E Pool 0 Smiling I.ad, Llewellyn, 6'oy 

■3 1 4 8 S'4 14 E Pool 10 Dark Ages, Fifty Fifty, Alva 

11 3 1 8 3k 6*4 E Pool 8 Eve. White, Star Time, TunySiiO 

« 1 1 3 3' 2) E Pool 7 L.Ix>rraine, J.C’pbell, W. Belief 

186 By Golden Maxim — Yankee Tree, by Yankee. 

0. W. CUrk). 

8 106 3 6 6*® 6"4 M Garner 7 Alam. Girl, Rundel, Sportsman 

33 96 4 8 6“* 6*4 J Owens 7 Cheerljcader, SnnGod, B’ckThong 

23 107 12 11 13® 13** E Martin 15 Brass Tacks, Opulent, Rojul 



(Trainer, W, Buford. Owner, BCal Price Headley). 



4k 6*4 E Martin 8 Megtin, Stonewall. Oo Li La 
7* 7" J D M’neyl2 Bin Blo<-k, M.Mary, K.Bruminel 
1* 1* H Thomas 7 Pr.’sllevil, L’kyCirl, Mat. Mary 

64 3'J G Bre’ning 8 StockPin, GrassTree. Gr.Foster 

8 * 3*4 M Gamer 11 Llt.Ammle, Hermodeii, L’kyGlrl 

64 6'4 M Gamer 12 Rob, BiU Block, Grass Tree 

8® 3®4 M Garner 6 Marsdaie, C.McMeekin, G.Koatei 

3'4 1* J D M’neylO Sum Frank. Bojul, Flocaatle 
By Uncle — Princess Oma, by Ornament. 



62518 lAtonia 1 1-16 l:52=5hvy 
62076 Churchill 1 1-16 1:48 hvy 
61940 Churchill 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 
61815 Churchill 1 1-16 l;47%slow 



Ik 2k B Kenn’dy 8 Col. Baker, Ararat, Jimmie Daw 

4* 4'| H ,T Burke 6 Sudor. C. Sponsor, GaUou-Rerry 
04 6*4 E Polliird 12 ChicfS:¥>nsor, Gallipot, Bengore 
9 9*' II B B’wer 9 June Fly, C. Siwnaor, W. Flower 

By Helmet — Bandcllo, by Kingston. 



161587 Ijex’ton 1 1-16 l:46%faat 

61556 lAx’ton X 1-16 1:4J hvy 

57426 lAtonla 6ifl:l«%hvy 10 

6C989 Latonia 64 f l:12%bvy 11 

66763 Latcnia 64 f l.-09%alow Uf 

BILLY MeCRAY, br. c, 3 (M) 
(Owner, T. W. Callahan). 
62157 Churchill 11:40 faJrt 
EVER BOLD, h. o, 8 (M) 



9 » 6 7 9'* 9'* B Harvey 11 C. Henry, BlackRock, WarPriza 

11 100 2 2 44 6" G Breun’g 8 Pictor, Tulsa, Handel 

4 99 3 7 8* 8'* G Breun’g 9 Alex Jr., Millorshurg, Rermont 

27 94 2 4 8'4 3* J Owens 7 l>*giil, Ixuiis A., Inquiry 

• 102 7 3 6' 6*i G Breun’g 8 Tulalip, EvelynWhite, Stonewall 

9 98 7 3 6* 6'® G Bre’ning 7 Walnut Hall, M.John, T.Swim’f 

13 6 7 6 84 7'® E Barnes 9 Lina Clark, Hysteria, C.d’Amour 

12 11 6 3 24 1® E Barnes 11 G’gette, 1. McGee, W’d’gTlirongd 



64 f l.-C9%alow liX XU 9 10 U 7| 8'® E Barnes 12 Glyn, M’aretWinsor, CoIlcgeGirl 

r, hr. c, 3 (M) 111 By Dick Welles — Penalty, by Marathon. 

W. Callahan). 

1 11:40 fast tf 109 U 8 r 8 " L Wlrth 15 Gr.Daddy, Fly. Prince, Fr’kBoyd 

o, 8 (M) 106 By Hesperus — Bella Hayes, by Borgia or Borghesl. 



(Trainer, A. G. Woodman. Owner, Woodman Bros.), 



62476 Latonia 3-4 l:13%fa.«t 206 1C3 8 8 

C(MS7 F.G’nds ImTOy 1:49 mud 18-6 104 2 6 4 8 

6i'257 F.G’nds ImTOy l:47%good 7 103 » $ I 2 

60085 F.G’nds 64 f l:10%hvy 10 U5 9 9 8 

597S0 F.G’nds 3-4 1:18 mud 10 DO 7 4 4 

5S€SG F.G’nds 54 f l:07%fasl 13 DIJ Lost rider. 
69507 F.G’nds 64 f l:10^vy 8 108 9 9 6 

59154 Jeff'son 3-4 1:15 good 10 109 X XI 12 

69032 JefFson 8-4 1:17 slow XO XU X 8 8 



8 8 8 8** A Roach 8 Way’rtlxidy, LinnCl.irk, Ashland 

4 8 6* 4'i A 'Wilson lo Eve. White, VlrtlCol’n, Adv’tura 

8 2 2* 2* A Wilson 10 W.Mrl/cmore, Ilermoden, S.Timo 

9 8 8* 8'* C Ponce 12 SHtacle Man, B’racuila, Hickory 

4 4 64 4*1 A Wilson 11 M.Crestw’d, D.Varden, R.’sLurk 

t rider. H J Burkell DeepStnker, P.Jllcou, M. &(nzlm 

9 6 64 7*4 F Critilettil2 Petle, IJt. Patsy, loidy It Chester 

11 13 11® 11'* H Gregor>12 Simplicity, BirdleQ., F'’dKlnney 
8 • 74 7“ 11 Gregory 9 Voogeria, L’k^Girl. K.Brummel 




Thursday, June 15, 1922 



DATT.Y RACING FORM. 



BUrNKAN. h. B, 8 (B) 103 

(Train r, R. G«9s«. Ownisr. R. Goo»«>). 



By Prr.niir.el — Lady Strathmore, by Strathmore. 



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BEBKOKT. b. e. 4 

(Trainor. K. Spence. Owner, 



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10 Tulane, Clou^li.iordan, Maxima* 
7 Demos, Lugs, Lieut. Colonel 



11 F.l’.lossom. Crorgette, IdnMcOee 



0 M«H>rew|iic. Kiil.liii:indcr, F. l-ark 
8 Croesles'*, I'.liickFliig, OurBet.sy 



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Cl 9 10 Churchill 1 1-18 l:4S44fa«t 



fcl599 I>ox’ton 
I>cx’ton 
Cl 054 Havana 
G1023 Havana 
5iC96 Havana 
V''642 Havana 



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33742 Havana 1 1-16 l:4SHfaat 3 



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10 IOC 
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<;i912 4 h ;r.h.!l 1 1 

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I. Smith. Oa-aar. H. H. Ke— itt). 



By Viilca;i: — Avlston, by Ayrshira. 



1 1-16 1 :4’>*:.faj«t 
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5 5 S” D Ccm’ily ."> Ilnrins. I’ancy Free, Ti.pmaat 

6 64 6” O Conn’lly 9 P.arracuda, B’d at Heme. Hamet 

8 S 8 *' I> Cwnn’Uy 8 Tl;ibo«l.aHx, Ilonua, D’otbyH’kner 

5 a* 4’ I, Like 12 Yesbimi, I.cociiares II., Dad 

9 9* 9'* W I.iMey 10 ('ol’d P.oy, L’charesH.. D.Siu’iter 

6 6’ 0*5 11 .1 r.urkclO Pr.Welles, Clier.Tree. Bob.Ualr 

6 0^* 4-'i L l.jke 11 John Finn, Demos, Montjoy 

5 51 D ('onn’lly 8 yuititoCarden, Demos. Betn’c’ful 

4 3‘ 3* D Conn'lly 0 Topmast, Bem’eareful, Uiitcb’D 

3 7* 7’* D Conn’lly 9 BetterStill, Rob. QuinceGardeD 



ARCHIE ALEXANDER, ch. c. « 11* 

(Trainer, J. Eaadolph. Owner, J. Randolph). 
G2210 CTiurchfll 7-8 l:2644faat C6 107 I 8 

021.78 Churchill 3-4 l:124ifast 14 113 7 T 

Cl 977 Churchill 7-8 l:25%faat 6 108 3 3 

Cl 872 Churchill 3-4 l:13*4^nat 12-5 107 4 8 

G15.S.7 Lor.’ton 3-4 1 ;13Hf,-ist 9-5 HI S S 

C11.71 !>>x’ton 3-4 1:14 fast 8-5 111 T I 

60416 F.G’nda *-4 1;12^aat 16-S 110 6 5 6 

60214 K.G’nds 3-4 l:13%j;ood 34 108 5 8 4 

60232 F.G'nda 54 f l;06Vifa*t S 108 T 7 T 



By Lisht Br%ade— Five Aces, hy Dissnlse. 

Jones). 

7 5 8*» 8»* W Pool 7 A, N. AWn, Korbly. Doric 

* * 7* 8‘» A Termt II Pcovvell, Cemon, Virgo 

5 1 3«| 3* ’W Pool 9 Alex Jr.. MUlcTsbnrt. Sea Way 

8 7 84 8«1 W Pool 11 Col.Taylor. M.Bodine, BriLMaM 

11 !• 1** !•*’ B Scobie 11 Grayson, A. Alexander, Ix>nU A. 

6 7 7 ?*• W Pool 7 Approval, Tony Bean. Haman 

* * I'l W Pool 8 OldSinner, Approval, Gol. Chance 

3 6 44 P W Pool 5 Post. Embry, Harlock, ThePlrate 

* • 6^ 4*1 W Pool fl FirstConsul, OldSln'r, Hutchison 

I 3 9 1* B Scticffel 6 Maysvllle. Harlock, Loveliness 

By Hairigan — Anytune, by Tankse. 



r-3. i:. N. Vesta!. 0-wr.?r. G I. Eiarkford ). 



By Prfuco Hermis — Golden Lassie, by Go!d(uo£t. 



(>23€1 l.ato: :a 1 1-16 1.4.s:„fas: 6! i:<) 6 5 

G2157 (h r.hll li ;o fast 11.7 13 9 

4.2012 Charch tl 7-8 l:2i;‘igooa €7 111 a 9 

DR. PRAII, ch. c. 3 (3£) 111 

(Tri.ner. G. Ilartoa. O’.vnev, W. E. Poison). 
C2.3.75 l.at.-,.:;a 3-4 1 :13)t.fast ICJ IVi 6 6 

t72;.l I,.alOii!a 3-4 1 lllsgood 116 113 8 8 9 



'4 5*5 N Parretl 7 .M.im. Girl, RandeL Sportsman 
9‘ 9 * J H Burkel-7 Or.Ikuldy, Fly. Prince, Fi’kP.oyd 
7* 7” R M’ thews 9 Barracuda, B'd at Home. Uumei 
By Ihizzlo — Anna Caldwell, by Astronomer. 

6 6*' F Sniilh G B’<htlbane, J.Bowdre, D.H’ckner 

9 9** W Atulreas 9 Montjoy, Demos, Clcughjordan 



RED LEGS, cb. 

(Trainer, R. 
62179 Latonia 
62237 Churchill 
62112 ChurthiU 
61977 ChurchUl 
61812 Churchill 
Cl 741 Churchill 
51125 CTiurrh’l 
51:JS5 Church’ 1 
5131J Church’ 1 
512S5 Latonia 
51217 Latonia 



c. 4 110 

Goose. Owner, J. 3, Waxd). 
ImTOy l:43%fast 8 108 4 
7-S l:254tfa»t 28-18 108 H> 
3-4 1 J2?ifast 4 m 7 
7-8 l:25)tfaat »-10 111 8 
7-8 l:2SSslow 63 110 4 
3-4 1:12%fast 65 1084 8 

7-8 l:26%fa« 13 197 7 6 8 

7-8 l:£6%fjst 15 106 i i 6 

7- ^ l:2C4tfast 4-6 168 6 6 6 

3-4 l:1345fast 17-6 lU 4 6 

8- 4 l:15)ihvy H 1« 6 7 



6* 5* J Owens 8 TacDla, Marse John, Th.amn 

6* 6‘I B PcheCfel 9 BenBoIt, Yonneed, Ground-Swell 

3* 29 O Breun’g 13 M.Bodine, Penwell, FrcdKi.-.aey 

24 21 C Studer 12 Nenette, Dad, Arravan 
4| 44 W Pool 8 Icon, Grace Minard, Pliilanderer 
4»* 2“* J Owens 11 Grayson, Louis A., *CoI. Taylor 

34 2‘4 A Wilson 7 Ap.Jackll., Monastery, Col. Tens 

21 1» A Wilson 9 Ap.Jackll., Monastery, lli.s.Roch 

4* 4* A Wilson 11 £1. Paradise, Col.Taylor, R.Rocfe 

By Reck View — Starcadia, by Star Shoot. 



3h 2» O Fields 8 
8 * 6* W Pool 10 
71 6’* H J BurkelS 
54 5” II J Burke 13 
6* 5»» H J Burke 0 
8 8*« H J Burke 9 

6** 4>1 H J Burke 8 
2»* 2‘ H J Burke 12 
:• 1* H J Burke 7 
6* 3* H J Burke 9 
41 5*1 H J Burke 11 



KorNy, 'Twinkle Blue, Bojul 
Ciistleresgh, Blaise, Bojnl 
N’ghtyNisba, Troiius. Sportsman 
M.Bodine, A. .Alexander, Penwell 
M. Jemima, HMndcap, M.Failoa 
HighCost, Mls.-.MuffiDS. U.ap.Day 
Uungoou. WhilcStar, SirT.Kean 
Coyne, SirThos.Kean, Gangway 
WhiteStar. Huen, Chas.A.I'ymn 
Mi.ss Fontaine, Doric, Jim DatSF 
White Star, Julia N., Roma 



/ill 3J1U*. I5-y<»ur-o!ds and upward. Claiming. (Jui 

SUI 1:10 — •; — no.) 



COL. TATLOR. b. g. « 



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By Plaudit — Looking Glass, by Clsar thn Way. 



WHIPPET, b. B. 4 104 

(Trainar, H, Goldblatt. Ownnz, B, Geldbiatt) 
62518 Latonia 1 1-IS l;52*ihvy 17 U* 10 3 

62IG2 Churchill 11-16 1:47 fast 18 112 3 8 

C2133 Churchill 1 1-13 l;47%fast 17f 111 9 11 

Cl 035 Havana 1 1-8 1:55 fast 8-5 111 I 1 

60874 Havana 1 1-16 l;4«Hfast 6 106 7 7 

60698 Havana 1 l:45’/thvy 1 103 5 6 6 8 

59081 Havana 1 1-16 l:S0^mud 8 
58343 Havana 3-4 l:138fcfast 4 
58714 Havana 51 f 1:08 fast 7 



9 Gray'n, I’rinceWelles. Hereafter 5 



17 UO 10 3 

18 112 3 8 

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6 106 7 7 

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By Broomstick — Greyhound, by Peter Fan. 

3* 4* M Gamer 11 C. Henry, BiackRock, WarPriao 
6* 6** D ConnTly 8 Biddicdee, Pictor, Bit of Greea 
11 U** D Connellyll Penwell, Corson, Virgo 
1* 4* Lt Penman 8 Avail., Meadoworth, Sm’tMcney 
7 7‘* M Garner 7 ApprovaL Tony Beau, Moiinere 

I l*‘ B .Scheffol 6 FrrakW., Mayorllouse, Uuton n 
I 4** B Kenn’dy 5 Troo{>er, Melvin, Tbe Enquirer 
7* PJ L Penman 10 OldSinner, SpringVale, 8r.garm*t 
6* 4*1 B Kenn’dy 8 Koran, Old Sinner, Chlaca 



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3-1 l:il'. fii.si 1: 

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7-S 1.25*3'’:isL ti 

3-1 1 .1-ri.mii.j ‘Jil 105 

3-1 1 !2->f3St 5 105 

5J f l.C6tif:».st 9 104 

44 r 51 fi.st 31-10 113 
3-4 LlnS.fu.'lt 9 108 

5-8 1 .'>t4if:i;rt 8 115 



45 HO 1 

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(T D. F. Cannon. Owner. G. L’rnn'.heller ). 



7 N.iixxv, Anlicipnte, Old Cliap 
II Grayson, A. Ale.xamler, Louis A. 
7 Cel.Tciin, Monast’.v, Camouflage 
11 Bl. Paradise, Il.Uock, A.AIei’der 
7 Thelk'cision, .I.’slJnira.i, Ticklish 
6 Sagamore, Grayson, Auntie May 
:1 Sagamoi-e. M.ihx.re, lUd.J^wel 



1 1 It" 4'J E Scobie 10 Orlova. Smart Guy, G’ond-Swell 

Bv i’ataud — Ckitau, by Flanudea. 

Pol'cn). 

Ill) 21 E Martin 12 Louis A., TToilus, Ring Rone 

1 6 6'i 7*4 J H La:kel0 Blaise. Hereafter, 'Trust Official 

4 7 6* 7“ J Ked'.ris 13 M.Bodine, A. .Alexander, Penwell 

13 7* 6*i J Ked- ris 13 May P.odine, Wm. Oldt, Troiius 

6 7 7* ■*• J KeJerls 8 Talisman, Columbia Tenn, Ruby 

2 2 3* 3* L> P:irke 8 B.ofElixa’t’n, Fluzey, Gip. Queen 

I 3 1* 2* O Will:s 7 'Top o’th’Moru., iuiig, Ph. Ware 

4 6 2*> In c Wlilt't’n 6 HarryD., Marylteigel, MyMuit 

3 3 3»* 3*4 H Saladin 12 Csirambo, Van. Welles, W.Smokt 

I 8 it 7“ E Hu-w'd 10 W.Tl.oughU, M.Beigel. UanyO. 

By Sir John Johnson — Helen, by Yanken. 



BRO^ ETE^ b. f. 3 (M)^ 109 By Cangh Hill— Katy of tbs West, by Spendthrift. 

(Tmjnnr. C. ICtcbell. Owner, W. C. Goodloe). j 

l:13sy«t 27 108 1 10 12 12» C VanHu’nl2 Spats, Cautioua, Glengarry 

C17S9 Oxur rh i l i 7-S l:2€%f^st 58 106 12 IS 13 13** C VanDu’nl4 Ca»tierea^Ii« li« Good, iiojul 

General Roberts — Frill, by BnrBomastet. 
('Trainer, P. HiegeL Owner, P. Hlegel). j 

l:18%hvy U in 1 6 5 2* 2‘ B Josiah 9 J.’s Cmma. Trantnal, J. Bodrow 

l:«**tfast 3 MS 3 7 6 8 4h 6*i T Brooke 12 Merriraac, AllKightSir, Be sure 

f ^ 106 7 7 6 a 2* !■« E Taylor 9 Antilles. Roseate, Dolly 0. 

^ 2f 104148 7 71 S»4E IUrb’nel4 Brisk, Duke P.uff, I'iedra 

»4930 B.Son ta 1 l:4I>!.faet St lAi 4 8 I 4 1^ 6*i J G'neisen 10 Lucy Kate, Lieut. Perkins, Roum 

^ ^ Ormondale— Post Hark, by Star Shoot. 

(Trainer, A. G. Woodman. Owner, J. Marino). 

S 5*fl:10%hvy S R» 4 6 3 .71 5* F Weiner 12 Herald, Crest, Locarno 

l:;e^vy 5 m 6 4 8 8»» 7** H 'Thomas 9 Ut.Patsy, II.Kemble, H.Bnxte* 

* 3 2 3* 4»J A 'Wilson 9 Delhi Slaid, Galeta, Our BeUy 

54M:07%BOod 8 97 7 8 i 4* 5*1 J Mcrlmee 11 DelbiMald, F.Kinney, For.Qu’a 

10 108 1 II6>16»JD M’neylO Petie, Knot Grass, Fred Kinney 

^ 12 110 4 3 2 3s 4*1 J D M’ney 7 Brli’ntUay, A.-^tiUnd, Uoiiomble 

l:14A»fast 20 100 4 2 3 2* 4*f A Wilson 6 Modi-sty, Com.&IoMfekin. C.Uock 

i i'H^l*** • 1<» * * * 4 4* 6” A Wilson 8 K.Bruminel. B.151o< k, BrlarcUff 

^89 Jeff son Si f 1:L. hvy 15 103 4 I 4 6** A Roach U. Simplicity, LaslEfiort, F. Qneea 



G2.3IG I. -Ganta 3- i I:I4\hvy II 114 5 

62.322 i.:i oi ia 3-4 1:11 fast 32 I!4 6 

( li.,.-; b II 1 1-16 1;17 qud 9 i‘J’l 6 

6187’! ( I;, r h :i 3-1 l:13Vjfai,t 0 115 3 

61859 . I;. 1 3-4 1:1.> slow lC-3 1 .7 2 

01763 r ’n h;Il 7-3 1 :364tfast 4 114 5 

61!.-,1 .'.■•x . ,n 3 4 1:H fast 20 1!5 6 

6GS*7 'll.' A’> Gi f l;24Hfast 34 H7 3 

6„M7 9;al ;*.• Im.'My It.'atili'-y I.MIU 3 1 1 
£ :*j 4 M' csie .\b 6!f 1 ,26v^!ow £-5 :2*3 4 4 

BiRLIE C., h. f. d 101 



(••."Jir, < li,,.- i 
6187’! ( I;, r 1 
61859 . ; 

01763 r ’n-.: ! 
oi!.-,i 

6(>Si7 '■. Ml. 
6'.M7 9; .1 ;*•• 

£ :‘.4 M-'csle 
BiRLIE C., ; 

(Tr-.’a.r. 
4.20 1>.» I h- i~ ! 
4. I31!) • r : 
F ; r.-.a 
PCtil >• . iH 
K. 1 '.s 
fl'tSiG I’.<! li.is 
FIv.'.*; F.*T -.is 
C!*::'J7 s.in 
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r.uoifi I y.-’-. h * 



r. L. J.;!uiioa. O’vter, J. Greenberg). 



r- irii! 3-4 1:1’. good il-o i d 1 

r liiil :.-4 1:13 hvy 24 loJ I 

.a S 4 1 :l:>*ttast 41 101 1 

*3 3-4 l:H*t^O0‘i 4 K>3 I 

'.s 51 f 1:11 rr;ud 5 ]•’! I 

is 5) f HiKHmiid 6-5 1*>4 I 



Fiv.'.*; F.G’ ."is 54 f 1:08 slow 5 
C!C'J7 s.in 3-4 l;13‘ifast 4i 

59i:.l J.-fsoi) 3-4 1:15 good 7 

5.'.'-'.S .’.•f:’-.oii 34 f I II hvy 4 

r.UiiK! iy...-. h I *-4 ri2*tf;.st 29 
YOBHEED. b. h. 6 

(i.'rai.rer. R. J. Gilmore. O 
62216 Chrr h;.l 7-S 1 :2S ‘-.fast 

(.2150 ( h r iiili 3-4 Ll.-Vast 



4 3*1 W W "Flor 9 Dimples, Find. Peel, BrlgbtLeaf 

2| 24 W’ W 'Tlor 9 C. Taylor, PTiat.eWelles. UereaTr 
7 7** G I’.rcun’g 7 Alex Jr., Wickford, Harlock 

oT* S*J A Johnson I'J Nenette, Archie Alexander, Dad 
4* 4- B F.lieffel 8 (i’nd-Swell, TonySac, Cel.'Taykir 
34 6*1 J D M'neyl5 May BcNline, Wm. Oldt, Troiius 
2» ]oi J 13 M'neyll A. Alexander, LoiiisA.. C.'Paylor 
2* 3* T Par’gton 6 G. Mayers, F. Rooster, Assiunpt’n 
1*4 1’ W Hinphy 7 I'inan. Rooster, Phelan, LinkBey 
3* 3>4 N Collins 7 Fin. Uouster, liel. Atkin, Serbian 
By Vaadargrift — Gretchen R., by Bryn Hawr. 

1' 2* A Wilson 9 Jankn, Way. Lady, Inquisition 
2* 2* J Owens 5 C.Iyn, laidy Delhi. SIcGee’s Pink 
1* 1* .V VJilson 11 Bernice K., Galeta, Miracle Man 

1* 1*4 -V Wilson 9 Juno, Avispa. Fore-t Queen 

7| 7** J Mcl'oy 8 K.Grass, C.McMeckin, Ashland 

1* 1*4 A Wlison 12 Paul Micou, Delhi Maid, Meuse 

2* 2* A Wil.son 8 Knot Grass, liob, Galeta 

14 4*4 A Gantner 9 Griselda, Fred Kinney, Fusee 

24 2* A \A i'son 12 Simplicity, FrcdKinney, Kirtle 



Kjh RflOF ^ Mile. Liiokintg Parse, R-yenr-olds aud upward. 
(Jill IlMOU IJtxly R, 1019 1 :RO 4-3 1 lOG.) 



Allowance*. 



PARADER, ch. g. 4 

(Trainer, J. C. Cadm. Owns*, T, 

C2399 I.Atonia 1 l:37%.l'aj<t 

62300 Latonia 1 1-16 l:44?ifast 

62133 Churchill 1 l:i7*|fast 

62010 ChurchiU S-4 l;ll%fa»t 

57678 LatonU 1 1-16 l:454ifast 5 
57495 Latonia 1 1-15 l:431aSood 19 
57312 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :49 mud 1 
57237 Latonia 1 1-8 l:5134fast 8 
57169 Latonia 1 l:3S)ifHst 7 
C8993 Latonia 1 1-16 1:53 hvy 6-5 
56768 Latonia 1 1-16 l:4744slow S-5 

36286 Sar'tog* 1 hvy 16-1 

36186 Sar’tog* 1 l:42%mud 18 



:i4 3*4 J McCoy 



8 Sweepy, Elmer K., Image 
W 1<*(4 1 t I I’ *• F Pool 8 J.Bowdre. Prec. Lula, M.Wlnsor 

112 By Ogden — The Horse, by Yankee. 

Ownar, D. Gilmore). 

it 4 118 1 1 24 3*4 W W 'P'lor 7 Ruby, Travest.v, Bnddie Kean 

It G iij 3 1 2*4 2*4 W W 7”loi 9 BonPolt, Or’d-Swell. B.Paradiae 

a 37-10 lil 2 1 1* 1* J Koderis 11 BouBoit, AV’d’gThr’gli, C. Taylor 

't Cf 113 3 2 1» 2» M Gamer 1.7 .Approval, Lugs, King Rose 

G 115 11 11 11 11 li“l J G’liri.scnll Pinard. Mess Kit, Plain Bill 

iG :5 120 4 4 4 6* 4* W Hinphy 7 Amer’nE.igle, UockSilk, Wraith 

3-10 114 4 4 5 €4 7'*4 H Thurberll Cornioran, Sister Susie, Rttatie 

}-5 117 1 3 6 54 4* II J IlurkelO Tlior. Way, V. Welles, ITi.'in.ruir 

1 118 3 1 2 24 2* II J LiurkelO 1.. Luxury, W.Tank, P.T.Barnuin 

l-l'l IIS 3 2 2 2* 2‘ J Mooney 11 Hereafter, Nurse Jane, S.Reb 

7 126 4 3 8 7* 7** J D M’neyll Nightstick, C.L’ydecker, M.Dora 

12 lOS 4 4 8 9* 9'* A Pickens 12 Fita-B’dle. R. 'Traveler. UeUora 

116 By Celt— Follie Levy, by Golden iffttviTs , 



By Ogden — The Horse, by Yankee. 



6’210:» ( 1: :r- h.il 3-4 1 :i;! 
r,i!);;3 < h i.:ii gi f i :i*p.: 
£G.*'j0 H.il.ni’ls 3 1 1.13\.i’.ia 

5GV03 l.vrval 3 4 Hi.lVifas 

5li 31 ni.rvul 3 1 1.134if;ui 

CG323 Fl.Krio 3-4 l:lI'*sgo( 

GCL'T'l Ih.Krie 3-4 1:11 fa.n 

6i:i.‘>S U’ .shire 3-1 l :12^faa 

50028 rvthire .3-4 l;l.'T^.hv3 

6.**'41 K’’w. r;h 3-4 1 ll’igof 

GREEIT COLD. tr. g. 7 

(Trai cr, C. II. Trotter. 



7-S 1:25 ‘-.fast 4 118 1 

3-4 i.l.v4fj.st G iij 3 

3-4 1:13 fast 37-10 lil 2 

G1 f 1 :1‘P.:f.i.st Cf 113 3 

3 I 1.13*.f.iat G 115 11 11 

3 4 Hi.IVifast iG :5 120 4 4 

3 1 1.134if:ust 33-10 114 4 4 

3-4 l:lI'*sgoo.i 9-5 117 1 3 

3 4 1:11 fa.Ht 1 118 3 1 

3-1 l :12^fast ll-l-l IIS 3 2 

.3-4 l;l.'T^.hvy 7 126 4 3 

3-4 1 ll’igood 12 lOS 4 4 



36286 Sar'tog* 
36185 Sar’tog* 



NEDBAM, b. g, i 

(Trainer, L. Jehnsea. Owner, 
A24-10 Latonia 3-4 l:ll*ifast 
62111 Ch’orchlU 1 1-16 1:46 Vifa-rt 
62010 Churchill 3-4 l:ll%fast 
G1793 ChurchiU 6) f l:18^a*t 

60633 F.G'nda 3-4 l:13«iBlow 6 

60457 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :Ti4Afa«t 1 

60261 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:4SHgood 3 

60189 F.G'nda 3-4 1:13 fast 10 

59802 F.G’nds ll:46)4hvy 16-5 

5S719 F.G’nda 3-4 l:15*shvy 8-6 

59639 F.G’n.la 3-4 l:12%fast 2| 

59176 F.G’nda 1 liG^imud 7 

3S416 F.G’nda lm70y l:42*Sfast 9-1 

59375 F.G’nda 1 1-13 1:45 fast 3} 

39054 Jeff’ pn 1 1-16 1:47 good VIA 



106 

J. Pendergast), 
6 106 1 2 
42 104 6 1 

16 108 6 2 
37 108 6 I 
106 6 4 4 3 

105 6 6 6 6 

10« 2 3 9 2 

108 9 9 4 3 

106 6 7 3 8 

113 3 3 8 4 

107 4 2 3 1 

98 1 1 1 1 

18U 3 3 1 a 

103 

J. Greenbtfg), 
14 103 1 3 

9-» m 3 1 

10 un 3 2 

11 liB 1 4 

111 4 33 

107 1 1 1 1 

119 3 1 1 1 

110 3 4 4 

106 I 6 4 4 

113 1 S3 

no 1 8 4 

108 2 8 2 3 

108 3 2 2 2 

118 4 2 3 3 

109 3 3 2 1 



Owner. Flarisant Stable ■ 



(ilHuJ Ch^r^hill 
i»,VCjG J L . j . n 
fl'TSS Jifi’siin 



3-4 HLHfiiSt 37-10 HO 6 
3-4 l:I2*ifast 37 10 liS 2 
1 1.1G*Ahvy 9 20 bC 4 1 1 
-ll;li fast 9-lJ I'.Ti 1 1 



C7'>1'J Chur, h i i 1-13 l:45*ifast M-M 110 1111 

57497 1.aunia 1 1-16 1.4C*iiy;ood 5 loS 1 I 1 1 

67395 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :171r3low 21-5 104 . 1 111 

57037 l.ator ia 3-4 HHHtood 8-5 120 3 8 2 

66782 I-alo:d.a 3-4 Hl.'ihvy 2-5 115 3 11 

£6717 l.alonia 3-4 l:K)’4iIivy 7-5 lid 3 3 2 

£419* ("a ir. h’I 3-4 l:12*fcfast 25 UO 4 3 3 

HONOR XAH, b. g. 6 111 

(lYxlticr. W. Psrkias. Owner, G. F. Baker). 
(2’20d I,Hi(>ni.a 3-4 1 :12 *tf:i.st 23-6 177 I 4 

et’rUt) Chanhi’.l 3-4 I:I2'iifasl 11-5 112 7 4 

(1I8C0 (’h.r.hill 3-4 1 :12*af;cst 4 108 7 5 



( 2‘2Su IjHioni.a 
et’rUt) Chanhi’.l 
(II SCO (’h.r.hill 



6S39T X.cx’ti.n 


3-4 l:12Sfaat 3-5 


lOS 


J 


8 


5 


6823S l.A'\’t.iii 


2-4 l:12';sfast 1 


1-26 


4 


4 


2 


6v)(15 Chcr' h’l 


3-4 l:12*iifaat 17-10 111 


1 


3 


3 


67!'A lattc.nci 


3-4 l:12*H.faat 7 


110 


Z 


3 


2 


6.037 Uitoi.ia 


3-4 1 :lt*bgood 7 


113 


6 


3 


1 


567*15 l,att nia 


3-4 l:17Yi!i\y 1 


116 


4 


1 


8 


O.'.vOS l.itrn'lta 


3 4 1 :12 fast 5 


110 


I 


4 


8 


65.773 !,ai inla 
LEH BOLT, ch. 


3-4 LliSifast 17-lC 
c, 4 


lu9 


4 

103 


1 


4 



(Trainer, C. R. Richards. Owner, J. W. Bell) 



C2;ST lv.lo:.ia 

( 229t» l.-.tor.i.i 
C217C Ch-.:r hill 
(i’»l09 th-r liill 3-4 1:13 fast 5 lU 8 

58209 Chun h i 3-4 1 12*ifast 8 1 07 2 2 

6SH’9 Ch jx h’l 3-4 l:T25sfast 23-10 lOS 4 4 

5ST« Ciiv.rch’l 3-4 1 :12*ifast 5 111 6 6 

5.. Ill Ch‘ rai l 3-4 1.12S;.fa3t 12 117 3 I 

57725 lailonia 3-4 l;12Tv£sst 15 106 S 3 

B7(B7 laitonia 3-4 HHltgood 17-5 UO 2 3 

PINDAR PEEL. ck. c. 3 iC8 

(Trai; .. r. P. Ceyne. Owner. E. C. Amcid). 
€251(5 Latoiilc 3-4 l;14\livy 7-5 lOS 4 

(.212!) Chur, luil 3-4 1 :12*V,tasl 4 110 9 

(1I94-2 Ciiurchiii 1 l:377ifast 22 10$ 5 



3-4 l:l:l fast 
3-4 l:12*(,fiist 



13 115 0 
16 110 3 



3-4 l:lJ(ifa.st 31-10 108 2 



51,302 FC 1 114 

58’2tr7 Lex’ tun 3-1 1:134 

rj(i::4 Chun h’l 7-8 1:2.14 

673* I^tui.ia 3-4 i:lG* 

6r234 Latonia 3-4 1:1H. 

670;a loUonia 3-4 1:154 

BE’WELL COME.4. ch. h. 



FC 1 114islow 7 109 3 

Tv- 1 l:134'.,fa.st 41 l^S 3 
7-8 l:2.14slast 6f U4 3 
3-4 i:lG*.-,hvy l-o U5 3 
3-4 l:liSgood 17-5 U2 4 
3-4 l:1.54AKOOdl3-10 U3 g 



(Trainer, J. C. Gallaber. Owner, Gallaher Eres). 



3>* Pi D Conn’Uy 8 N’tyNisba. W’w’dLady, BnlHon 

1* 1*»* E Pool 8 Col. Baker, HonorUan, RapidDay 

1* !'• K Barnes 4 Wickford, Grayson, Translate 

1*1 1*J M Gamer It) Baigneur, T.d’Honneur, Itunaaf 

1* 1* .M Gamer 9 Cimarron, Amer.Boy, Dlx. Carroll 

1* 1* M Gamer 9 Marse John, Cantilever, The Wit 

H 2* B Kenn’dy 6 C’tllever, Kimpalong, Dan.Spray 

2* 2* H Lunsfd II UonorMaa, Cosette, RapldStride 

1*1 1* H Lunsf’d 9 Peggy C., Berraont, Blaise 

2* 2* H Lunsf’d 9 KingUke, JimUef ferine, Hama 

1*1 2* II Lnnsf d 12 Hid’nJew’l. Cllnt’nv'le. S.Comht. 

By The Manager — ^Hmo, by Hastinga. 

6* N Barrett 8 N’tyNisba, W^v’dLady, Bullion 
3* 3*J N Barrett 8 J.S.Itecrdon. Way.Iotdy, Hadrian 
4* SJ G Breun’g S Gr’iiGold. C’onel Baker. Rap. Day 
3J 1* E Scobie 8 Orlova, Sew.Combs, Auntie May 
2» 1* E Scobie 8 -Ablaze, D. Loriotte. Col. Tenn 
2* 1* E Scobie 14 B.ufEiiz’thtuvTU, Murray, Diana 
I'i 1* H Gregory 8 Furbelow, Orlova, Hereafter 

1* 1* K Pool 11 GreetiGold, Cosette, HapMStrlde 

4* 4** B Pool 9 Waterford, DonnuRoma, Q.View 

2* 2» K JosLah 11 Y'ouneed, Giiwy Qneen. Currency 

6* 9** E Pool 10 Guv’ncir. Coaette, JaneP’nybaker j 

By Uncle— Hatalia x>,, by Bon Strome, 

6* 6* E Martin 8 Col.Baker, Jaa.F.O’n.tra. .Ararat ! 

7*4 7** E Martin 8 N’tyNisba, Ww’uLady, BuJlion ' 

14 1*4 E MarUn 9 Yonneed. Gr’d-Swcll, B.Paradiae I 

44 2* II J Uurkell Y’ouneed. W’.l’g'riir’gh. C.T:iyior I 

4*4 8*4 F YVeiner 9 BegPardon, JoeGocsiman, Orlova ' 

34 2«* Q Fields 10 M.t.Time, I'.Velo, B.ofBlix’lown 
4*>* 3* E Barnes 10 Cl’tonrilie, J.G’dman, Refug. II. ' 
I* 6* E Pool 11 J’nS. Reardon, Culialan, LastOne 
4* 4*4 J Kedcria 8 Ace Higli, Abadane, Jim Daisy 1 
1*4 1*4 B Bamee 7 Tharon, Runaaf, Slkbtm 
By Jack Atkin — Engliah Esther, by Lerd Esterliag. | 

I 

14 24 M Gamer 9 Dimples. Grayvon. Bright Leaf 
4*4 4*4 n Conn’lly 9 Jnnkn, J.B.Brown, Wayw’diaidy 
6’ 5** M Gamer 8 Thibodanx, Bonus, D’othyU’kner 
24 2* H J L’urkcl2 Oniniiiotent. I'n.Sonny, Br.I,eaf 
74 6*J F Smith 12 Gentility, HncIe.Soauy, CapUock 
14 14** H Lunsf’d 14 PreciousLula, Bonus, Tbibodaox 
1* 1»* O WlllU 8 Demos, Luga, Tulane 
4* 4* O Willis 9 Montjoy, Demos, Cloughlordan 
54 6** O WilHs 8 Cap Rook. Tulane, Dem.^ 

By Jack Atkin — Royal Captivn, by Golden M»v(m ; 



JOHH FIHH, ck, c. 8 

(Trainer, W. Perkins. Owner, Q. 
C2139 Latonia 1 1-4 2:66%fast 21-19 



C2139 Latonia 1 1-4 2:66%fast 
61745 Churchm 1 1-4 2:94«ifaat 
C1354 Lex’ton 1 1-8 l:5r>*ihvy 
C14C8 I.«x’ton 1 1-16 Hfc^fast 
58335 Lexingto* FC l:U%mud 
58-2 1* ChurchiU 7-8 l:24%fast 
58042 Ch.jrchlU 1 l:33=*i:faat 
57597 Latonia 1 l:39*ifast 

57483 Latonia 3-4 l:15t.ihvy 
55873 Kenilworth 54 f l:U6Atfast 
55639 Windsor 54 f l:05Hfast 
5507S I.atonia 5-8 l:00Hfaat 
54GS6 Latonia 44 f 53Aifaat 
54514 ChurchiU 44 f 54%faat 



LIGHT ROSE, ch. f. 4 110 

(Trainer, K. Fattersen. Owner, Xalapa 
62398 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :46Akfaat 12-5 119 8 
.5;s542 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:46Waat I 1«7 5 3 1 

56489 Pimlico 1 1-8 I'.Sat^hvy 13-1 97 2 1 1 

58443 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:4g?kslop 7 103 5 2 2 

>8227 Empire lm73y l:45>ifaat 1 106 4 3 1 



102 

F. Baker). 
117 1 3 

126 4 6 

12* 3 2 

US 4 3 

137 6 4 

117 5 -« 
123 7 6 

114 4 4 

113 2 2 

123 5 3 

125 5 4 

in 1 1 



By Wkixk Broom II. — Pageant, by Delhi, 

3* 3* F Smith 7 Minto II., Dr. Clark. Ronlea* 

^ F Smith 7 ladyMadcap, MiutoII., Ronlea* 
18 24 B Kenn’ay 7 Rmilean, Dartmoor, Hep 
6 €*i S McGraw 6 Br’dalbane, Netldam, Centimetet 

34 5*4 E Scobie 8 U. Verde, Rap. Traveler, lAiuiaA. 

6* o’.* B Scobie 7 Rangoon, B’ngaBuck, B.ofWhiU 

2 2* O Fields 2 U. E. Coleman 

3* 3*4 E Scobie 10 Rangoon, Woodtrap, Att.iBoylL 
2*4 2*4 N Barrett 9 Advocate, UnitedVerde, LonlaA. 
4‘* 4** N Barrett 5 llumplirey, Col.Baker, Ben Valet 
1*4 1* B Scobie 6 Gen’lllaig, Furbelow, UntdeVels 
1| 1* E Scobie 2 Devastation 
2* H F tTltllettl 4 'Ten-Lec. Dartmoor, Dry Moon 

By Onnondale — Miss Kearney, by Plancde*. 

3* 5*4 B Kenn’dy 7 Br’dalbane, D’tinction, Advocat* 
2* !•» A Wilson 4 Jonett, Tomabcl, Waplit 
38 24 A Wilo’on G Br’dalbane, C’timeter. Mar. May 
3* 3* A Wilson 5 Dr.Clark. C’meter, H.E.CoIcm’a 
4* 4*J A Wilson 5 Centimeter, A.JaeklL, Coi.Teaa 
1* 1*4 A Wilson 4 Ceiirmand, Slip. Elm, Byg.Daya 
14 2* A Wil.son 5 Gourmand, BygoneDsya, Lunetta 
4J 4'4 A Wilson 8 Elmer K., Miss Jc.mimj, Valor 
4*4 3* A Wlison 7 Manoevre, DukeJoUn, ltIar.8to*« 
2* 1*4 A Wilson 6 Jlereury, T.d’HoDDcur. St.Ailaa 

24 24 C Laug 8 ElmerK., Mercury, lirightLlgbts 

J** 3*4 C Ponce 5 By.Daya, B.Buck, K.’sHhamp’n 

2* 2* C Ponce 4 Tliimble, Past-Swain, WarZone 

7*4 8'* J Butwell U Guy, S.ofP’urc, Tlppity Witchet 
1* 1* C Ponce 8 War Zone, Incog, Vet.v 

By Dick Finnell — Coruscate, by Chorister. 



4* 5*4 N 
28 3*4 E 
28 4* H 
28 3* T 
24 3* B 
2» 3* E 
28 J'4 H 
4*>8 38 E 
18 38 B 
38 }<4 E 
44 3* E 
14 1> E 
1* 1* E 
2* 1* E 



Barrett 5 
Pool 10 
Lun.«Pd 5 
Murray 7 
Pool C 

Pool 10 
I.un.sfrd 9 
Pool 12 



58443 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:4g?kslop 7 103 5 2 2 

>8227 Empire lm73y l:45>ifast 1 106 4 3 1 

58197 Empire lm7<}y l:46^fast 34 106 5 3 4 

57831 Jamaica 3-4 1:13 fast 44 113 9 9 

5762$ Jamaica ImTOy l:44)sfast U-S lU 2 4 8 

17583 Jamaica ImTOy 1-45 fast 9-5 198 6 5 4 

>7327 Aq’duct 64 f l:13Hgood 4 ICO 2 2 

16523 Sar'tcga 3-4 1:11 Vast 12 1044 8 U 

*6491 Sar’toga 7-8 1:25 fast Si 108 1 1 1 

1c9M Sar’toga 1 l:38Hfast II 96 2 5 4 

ADTCCATE, ck, e, 4 109 



By Light Brigade- 
Farm Sta’ole). 

4 18 1*4 L .Allen 8 

1 1*4 14 A Schu’ff’r 7 

1 1*4 1* E Kummer 9 

2 4* 4* B Mari’elil .'i 

1 1* 1* L Fator 4 

3 3* 3*4 L FYitor 6 

6 I* 4»J A STChu’g’r 9 

3 S» 3* A Schu’g’r 5 

3 28 1» B Mdrl elll 6 

2 14 1*4 B Mari’ elll 4 

11 9* S** L MeAtee 12 

1 2* J8 C Rob'son 9 

4 4* 4*1 J Callahan 7 



Deadlock. Prec. Lula. ClicrryTre* 
Morvieh, Bet Moale. Deadlock 
BnsyAnieri’o, Betilosio, Startls 
D’diock, SurfKider, Washington 
Gentility, Startle, F.iir Phantom 
J.Bowdre, R’kmin’ter, F.I’h’toa 
Startle, Rocket, Cherry Tree 
Startle, JuiicGrass, K.g-km’l-iter 
Violiulst, F.i’haniom, 'T.llareJr. 
S. Thoughts, J.Dumiee, W.^asleB. 
D.ofAllah, S.Thoughta, J.Dunde* 
R’kralnHter, YVnsh’ton, Q.G’iies 
Qn.Garden. Pr. Welle* L.Ai!«* 
Demo.-i. Montjoy, Autocrat 

-Hindoo Ross, by Hindoo. 

Tomahol, R. Wingfield, Chieol-t 
Seotl’dY'et, Rubiditim, Muttikius 
R'desmiiU. Drestleii, K.t'h'iupion 
Slippery Elm. My De.nr. Boniface 
Edwina, L.Gertni.je, ElectedlL 
'Tiifter, Vi'bihk, Sunnylatid 
Sqii.-nv Mau, Frigate, sirep Maid 
Geiiii-W., I. Dream, K.ofT.U’tber 
JoekSeot, K.of thelleather, Rey 
War .Vote, St. Allan, i;..:ckna 
V.of theMiain, 1’olyihn, L.Straw 
ThvLamh, T.McTag’l, C.ll’shler 
Devastation. Valor, Sundial IL 



(Trainer, J. I, Smith, Owner, H. H. Hewitt). 



(;? 435 l,a'-ii?'.ia 




3-4 1:12 fast 


43 


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8 


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(11437 lA.,x’toa 




3-4 l:lltiKOod 


14 


110 


2 


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£.'( 97 I,e\’toii 


3-4 


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107 




8 


3 


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6.s2.'>9 L.“t't.>n 


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£8172 Cli'irch’l 


2-4 


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l:12Hfii8t 2 


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2 


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67271 Latonia 


3 1 


l:124tfast 6 


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8 


8 


64 


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67042 Latonia 


3-4 


l.UHb'Ood 8 


110 




4 


1 


44 


4*4 H 


£87tiC Latui.ia 


3-4 


l:13*ijluw 15 


107 




8 


8 


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7‘* H 



PHILAIlBrSER. fh. g, 4 

(Trainer, L. Cahn, Owner, J, 



6187’J CU-jr"hi!l 
CI8’J9 Chur, bill 
G1769 Cln rchiU 

(lllUlY ly^X'tOIl 

G1530 Lex’ton 
C14G5 I.k-x’ton 
G>'588 F.G’nds 
tOoOu F.G’nds 
6034# F.G’nds 
6y’396 F.G’nds 
60139 F.G’nds 
£9801 F.G’mls 
69717 F.G’nds 
19694 F.G’nOs 



2- 4 1:13 Vast 47 1 

3- 4 1:15 mud l!(f ] 

7-8 l;36Hfast 22 1 

3 4 l:13’(ifaKt SJ ; 

3-4 l:16*ihvy 31 ] 

3-4 l:14M,fast 21 : 

14 l:It1’-4hvy 20 105 1 

54 f l;V9Shvy 10 108 8 

3-4 l:I3*Vast 8 M3 1 
3-4 l:17*/ihvy 11-5 102 2 
3-4 l:14%slow 18-6 103 4 
t-4 1:1784bvy 12 1024 1 

8-4 l:ll8ihvy 19 IM 4 
8-ll:14%fast I 164 I 



8 Hold Me, Rep, John S, Reardon 

9 Centimeter, S. Rider, T.d’IIona’r 

8 Honor Man. Orlova, Auntie May 
G Rapid Day, .AJiadane, Orlova 

11 Centimeter, Bstero, J.S. Reardon 

9 A. N. Akin, Guv’nor, Mllc.Dasio 



104 By Hla Uajcity — Pretty Moidan, by Kingston. 

C. Cahn). 

47 107 13 12 12 11** E Scobie 12 Nenette, Archie Alexander, Dad 



I 62410 Latonia 
I 61 87 J ChurchiU 
10131? ITlurchill 
G1494 lA^x’tnn 
I 611 11 Lei’ton 
I 58015 Church’ I 
57293 Latonia 1 
57169 Estonia 
567GS Latonia 
jfAol Latonia 
-5£l8 Latonia 1 
5509$ Latonia 
54732 Latonia 
54449 Church’ 1 
542S7 Church’l 
: 54139 (Tharch’l 



3-4 l:llVa8t 20 101 5 

I 1 1-8 1:50 fast 84 111 6 

II 7-3 l:’25*islow 21-M 110 

11-16 1:19 mud 1-2 1>;9 

1 1-lS l:4'.**(,good 34 103 

1 1 :37Vifaat 10 ?8 3 3 

1 5-S 2:16‘*i8low 28 102 6 4 

1 l;38Vast 12 105 3 1 

1 l:41>islow 14 UO I 3 

1 1 :37«sfast 9 113 2 1 

1 1-4 2:C8?»hvy 7 104 4 2 

3-4 1:13 slow 5 114 3 

3-4 l:15Hmud 12-5 111 1 

1 l:4o\mud 3 107 3 3 

1 1:37 Vast 10 lOS 3 2 



34 103 2 
98 3 3 3 



UO I 3 3 

113 2 1 1 
104 4 2 2 

114 3 8 

in 1 1 



7-8 l:2SHhvy 6-6 113 1 4 1 



BLOWING BUBBLES, ch. c, 4 



(Trainer, H. J. Thompson. Owner, Idle Hour Stock Farm Static). 



By Ballo' — Inspiration, by Fugleman. 

6* 3 J Vv' Pool 7 Rr’dalbnne, D’tinclion, Mar Jfsy 
6* 9’s r> Conn'lly 9 Exfcrra’tor, I.adyMa.ieap. R’l-aa 

6 6'* O Conn'lly ft M.Jemima, I...M.idc;’.|t. if.FaUon 

1* 1* U Connelly 4 T:ih.(!’Ilon’r, B. Slone, S.ofl’l’nre 

IJ 2»t D (’onn’lly 7 Hnile.lVenle. Rouleau. WocuMrap 

4 4'* E Scobie 4 MarJ. Hynes, Dr. Clark, Rouleau 

8* 8** G Fields 10 lI.E.Coie’n, Bl’kServ.int, li'ieau 

1*4 1*4 G Fields 9 I’aradcr, Hiiiteil Verde, la.iihiA 
5* 6*» D Conn’lly 6 Blaneiio Mac, Westwcuxl, !.• g il 

2* 2« D Conn’Uy 4 (’bo Oio, II. E. Coleman. Itiiiizaf 

3* 3* J FYrancls 5 Firebrand. Our Flag, I'etrar.^h 

4* 4* W I.illey C Clio Cl.o, Fallacy, BjlaueeWheel 

1* 1» VV I.liley 8 I).L<.rioUo, Serg.York, tl Wh el 

3* 3** 11 Garner 8 lI.E.C’man, B.Kean, Both’alloo 

4* 4*4 F Smith 6 Cojuo, Darjeellog, Sirl'lios.Keao 

1* 1* D Conn’llylo Wil.Tree. liumi.hrey, ’T.V’giniaa 

By Cunard — Mararoon, by Karco. 



C?I80 Latonia 
55CSJ Wlatjsor 
I 56331 Latonia 



55173 Latonia 1 1-16 l:454ifast 5 



560i;6 Imtonta 
54895 Latonia 
513S6 Church’l 
51355 Church’l 



3-4 1:13 fast 63 W8 3 8 4* 6*4 C Studer 8 C.-iMtaker. ,T.-s i** 0’H...ra *mrat 

1 14(PLfRst 9 1C6 8 6 5 6 5* 5*4 E Pool 8 Doilge, Tippo S.ikib. Re'g'g’rar 

1 1:39 fast 6-5 105 3 2 2 3 Fell. S YVi.la 7 I’.Xiae, Bot’lion, S(H’rei(:r’t':ii:r« 

16 l:454ifast 5 134 4 3 2 1 14 ’2* W Mor’sey 7 Paris Maid, .Veceli-iute, 'The Wit 

^-4 1:13 slow 15 112 5 6 5 6* o'* L T/vl.e ft Cli<> Cho. Falluey, It.ii.nre.-Wii.'el 

-4 1:12 fast 9 llTilO 11 11 84 8* L I.yke 12 Br’swlik, J.S.R’nlon, Bolh’at’n 

-4 l:134sfaat 7 113 8 10 10 74 3* L Lyke 10 Coyne, Rising Rocii:. ItuiigulmrU 

-4 l:26*xfast 9-8 U14 8 8 6 6 6* 6*4 L Lyke lit Coy.ie, Red Legs, Sir 'ihos. Kess 



3-4 1:13 slow 15 112 5 6 

3-4 1:12 fast 9 llTilO 11 

3-4 l:13A>faat 7 113 8 10 

3-4 l’2>6*kfast 9-1 U14 8 8 6 



9* 9** E Scobie 11 DeBonrro, SkileaKnob, 'Wm.OIdt 



22 1» * n 13* 13** E Scobie 

S3 1)4 1 4 31* 3=* E Scobie 

31 107 T 7 7 7** E ScobU 



15 May P>odine, Wm. Oldt, Troiius 
8 Icon, G. Minard, AchieAlexanderr 
7 Napoo, Antici|>«te. Col. Taylor 



31 107 T 7 7 7** E Scobie 7 Napoo, Antici|>«te, Col. Taylor 

21 109 1 2 4*4 4* E Scobie 12 May Iksline, Marimba, Settle 

*5 1 I 11 11 11** F Smith 11 Tbe Docisioo, Bolo, tDuzey 

® 8 8 4 44 4*4 A Wiisoa 13 Raa, Turnabout, Granny Lee 

0 1 I 7 54 3*1 A WisoB 11 Bengore, Wta'conne. lITiUvelll 

*3 3 8 8 84 8* A Wilson G Klrah, Sandalwood, Herald 

*3 4 8 8 2} r A WlUon It Sandy H.. Aetreen, Horeb 

*24 1 4 T 8* I** A Wilson 11 ITeut.Toni, L*yLnxnry, M.Moere 

« 4 • I 4 V* A WlUon 12 Anticipate, Helen Atkin, Bttake 

d 8 1 1 11 8* A Wlison t AceofAcen, Tltanlo. OUle Wood 



6th RACE i'= I.'nrlonsrs.^ ^ 2-ycar-ol;Is. ClnlnilnsT. (June 7, 1 DOB— . 



KENT L., ch, g, 2 

(Trainsr, T. F. Bornr 



G’MOO I.Atonia 
62293 Latonia 
62184 CTiurchin 
62079 Churchill 
61998 (Nturchia 
61870 Churchin 
G1810 Churchill 
C1G58 Lex’ton 
61588 Lex’toa 
61533 Lex*ton 
61491 Lex' ton 



m 

an. Owner, II. Kelley). 



By Zeus — Kcrla, by Henry of Navarre. 



5-8 1:01 Vast 
44 f 65 fast 
5-8 l:l)lVost 



14 112 8 
7 U5 6 
6 1134 G 



S' B D Conn’lly 8 
6* 4*4 W W Vlor 7 
3’i 2* W W T’lor C 



44 f 


54ai.s!ow 


15 


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4 


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4*4 II 


J Bui’Ko 


44 f 


64)ifast 


22 


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8 


8 


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44 f 


544sfast 


9 


115 11 


11 


11 


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1-3 


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11 


115 


4 


1 


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2* A 


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4i t 


51 mud 


43 


104 


8 


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6 


115 II 


10 


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44 f 


571ihvy 


13 


110 


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44 t 


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I.«sl!e, Ten Sixty, Dearie 
EdP’iUeton, B. Hearer, M. Carrel 
Skeezix, Jupiter, Cul. Wliailen 
Popiiye, Iluglies Giabaiii, Corto 
Full Spoon, An. Tod. II. Graham 
Belzonia, Metric, Tnie.Vineriean 
Bess L., Athlete, Taylor Hay 
.Ml.Vernor, Poppyo, Mias Clair* 
Ilopeless. Bphs L„ Stone Age 
Shamrock, ITince K„ Mt. Rose 
lairehin’t, lleulo. Shower ofUoid 



DATT>Y RACING FORM. 



Thursday, June 15, 1922 



PA2TNA, bik. f, 2 112 

(1‘riiner, P. Coyne. 0-xner, H. H. Andcnon). 
62428 T.atonia l:00%faat S lU 7 6 

«2075 Chnrthill *i t S6%hvy 11-5 115 3 2 

61943 Churchill 4i f Sllifast 21-10 111 6 T 

61771 Chorcbill ii f 7 HH » » 

DEAHIE, b. f. 2 107 

(Trainer, W. VToodard. Owner, W. Voodard). 
62481 Latonia 5-S l.-014c,faat 8 108 3 2 

C2400 Latorla 6-8 l:Cl%fast « 104 3 4 

62214 Churchill 6-8 l:01%faat 6 106 3 3 

62114 Churchill 4} f 64 fast 33 104 6 I 

•G1654 Lex’ton 41 f 66 alow 20 109 2 9 

61495 Lrfix’ton 41 f 67%muJ 10 105 7 8 

C1466 Lei’ton 1-2 49 fast 7 WO 3 3 

61442 I.rf^x’ton 1-2 48%eooc1 31 113 * 9 

«680 F.G’nds 1-2 60%hvv 31 109 5 1 

60481 F.G’nds 2-8 36 mud 6-5 112 1 

60:66 F.G’nds 8-8 35%fast 16 104 1 



6-S l.-018t,faat 8 
6-8 l;01%fast 6 ] 

6-8 l:01%fast 6 1 

41 f 64 fast 33 ] 

41 f 66 alow 20 1 

41 f 67%mud 10 1 

1-2 49 f,ast 7 1 

1-2 48%EOOd 31 1 

1- 2 60%hvv 31 109 5 

2- 8 36 mud 6-5 112 1 

8-8 35%fast 16 104 1 



8 108 3 2 

6 104 3 4 

6 1C6 3 3 

33 104 6 8 

20 109 2 9 

10 105 7 8 

7 WO 3 8 

31 113 9 9 



By Delhi — Carrie HoEan. 

6’ 6* D Kenn’dy 8 A.M.U’phrcy, Avisack. Sw'th’rt 

2* 1‘ M Garner S S’tlxcdy, M’cnreMaid, Feniandoa 

71 S’i E Pool 12 Pavlowa, Antonia, Corto 

9 9‘* A Wilson 9 I’oppye, Yalta, Corto 

By Sweep — Experience, by Knisbt of the ThUtle. 

“1 2’ C Ralls 7 Ten Sixty, Pavlowa, Antonia 

41 4'i J Owens 8 Kent I.., Iji'.slic, Ten Sixty 

2« li* J Owens 7 Mies Chnre. Anna Tod, Antonia 

S| 3*1 .1 Owens C Miss Minerva, I’oppye, P.ivlowa 

9* 8” F Wilson 12 Full o’ Fun, Valoise, Delusive 

S’ 8*1 A Wilson 12 Anna Tod, I'oppye, Palladium 

4» 6’i r, Kenii’dyll Old Top, I’oppye, Ailsie Vernor 

91 9’1 I? Kenn’dyll Mt. Rose, Easter Hells. DonEei 

11 11 K Poo! 11 EilacTime, UissClaire, lllasiouist 

I’l 21 C Turner 12 Antonia, Lilac Time, Amole 

21 3* A Wilson 12 Prince K., Anita UamptMi, Bork 



BLUE B0Ni\!ETS ENTRIES AND PAST PERFORMANCES 
FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 15 



WEATIIEJl n-E.VIl; 'rilAC’lv I*” A ST. 
Raeins starts at 3:00 p. m. (Cliicaso time 2:00.' Fifth Rai 

© Superior mud runner. X Good mud runner. twelfth RunninE ^Wi 

^ Fair mud runner. (M) Maidens. ‘Apprentice 3 yeaiMiiil 

allowance, b III inkers. (Track record: .lui 



First Race— 3-4 Kile. 

Purse 21,000. 3-year-elds and upward. 

Foaled in Caiiuda. Allowances. 
(Track record: Sept. 4, 1915 — 1:12—; 



5—105.) 

Today’s 

A.Wt.Il,an. 



KI i ATi DERER, oh. e. 3 115 By ManaEcr Waito — Gossip, by The Scribe. 

(Trainer, S. Chenaolt Owner, T. C. McDowell). 

62390 Latonia 41 f 64 fast 8 lOS 3 3 T 4" J Howard 9 Hopeless, UaEhesG'ham. Skeeiii 

02158 Churchill 41 f 64%fast 9 115 4 1 2’ 1’ J H BurK*-10 Taylorllay, li’orCarrel, Glenlivet 

6158C Lei’ton 41 f 55)6^^91 11 115 6 4 8* 8’J J Howard 12 Hopeless, Bess L., Stone Age 



TOKTHIME, ch. f. 2 112 

(Treincr, G. Lend. Owner, C. Weideraann), 
62517 Latonia 6-8 l;045thvy 17-10 115 1 1 

62233 Chunhill 5-8 l:014Lfast 19 U2 3 6 

62158 Churchill 41 f 64»afast 41 107 7 7 

61531 I.«x’ton 41 f 69 hvy U 112 4 4 



MACBETH, b. c, 2 116 

(Trainer, L. Gentry. Owner, L. Gentry). 
6‘235C Latonia 41 f 6CVlfast 12 115 1 

AKTOKIA, ch. f, 2 112 

(Trainer, W. Buford. Owner, McGowan I 
0248 1 Latonia 5-8 l:01%fa3t 20 110 6 

62400 I.aitoria 6-8 l:Cl%fact 6 lU 1 

62214 Churthi’.l 6-8 1:01 Hfast 9 11311 

C21S* Churcliiil 41 f 64 fast 4S-10 111 3 

61943 Cliurchill 41 f 64)ifast 2t*f 111 1 

618.31 Churchill 4J f 65%mud 18 109 8 

61G54 Les’toii 41 f 66 slow 29 1U3 3 

Cl 555 I>ex’*.on 41 f 66%hvy 16f 110 2 

60551 F.G’ndi 81 f 42^£sli>\v 15 U« 10 

6t*4Sl F.G’nds 3-8 36 mud 12 109 2 

60584 P.G’nds 3-8 35»Uivy 12 U3 7 

S’TONE AGE, b. e, 2 (K) 

(Trainer, 3. HcKecn. Owner, 



112 By Jim Gaffney — Lady Colonist, by Africander. 

. Weideraann), 

.7-10 115 1 1 1* 1* M Gamer 11 Bcndita, Minnie B., Roldgold 

19 112 3 6 18 2>^ K Bcobie 10 Man. Maid, Pleasure, Femandos 

41 107 7 7 7* €*i J Owens 10 Slanderer, Taylorllay, M’rCarrel 

11 112 4 4 6** 6“ I> Conn’ily 6 Bw'theart, Victoire, Sw’tt’iv'kie 

116 By Tony Bonero — A. M. J., by BoanerEOS. 

i. Gentry). 

13 116 1 1 I'l Ik W W Tlorll Tay.Hay, MayorCarrel, C.Ricka 

112 By Tony Bonero — ^Pretty Bale, by Hinsdale. 

McGowan & Taylor). 

20 110 6 6 4’ 4’4 J H Eurlte 7 Ten Sixty. Dearie, Pavlowa 
6 111 18 5* 6<i Vf W T’lor S Kent L., Leslie. 'Ten Sixty 

9 113J 1 4 4‘4 4'J W W Tlor 7 Dearie, Miss Claire. Anna Tod 

43-10 111 3 4 6* 5’i W \V T'lor 7 Hnshes G’hara, 01d’I>»p, Skeesix 

2t*f 111 1 1 2J 2'i J II Burkel2 Pavlowa, PiUina, Corto 

18 109 8 8 9* S’* J H BurkclO Guest of Honor, Wida, AnnaTod 

29 1U3 3 8 6* 9'* G lire’ninEl2 Full o’ Fun, \’alo:s<». Delusive 

16f 110 2 6 8’ S*i G nreun’£l2 Poppye, AilslcVernor, IJt.Sallla 

B® 10 9’i 8** F Smith 12 P. Brown, A.M.-imptun, C.P’tagea 

109 2 "4 14 H Pool 12 Dearie, Lilac Time, Amole 

113 7 8‘ 7‘* H J Burke 12 ItosiclI., HugUie, IJIac Time 



66034* 


tLynmouth 

tProcyon 




3 

3 


107.. 725 
107 


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.... 89 1:14% 


3 


107. 


.720 


6S434 


China 


.... 9.3 1:17*% 


3 


10.7X715 


C1C33 


Tag Day 


105 1:17 ViS 


3 


107X710 


57S22 


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3 


105. 


.705 


61952 


Jack Shrine ... 


....107 l:18%sy 


4 


112.. 70.5 


.5763.3 


Tipsy Dance . . 


3 


107.. 705 



62558 I.*tonia 6-8 l.ODtfast 42 107 3 6 S’ 2’ C Ralls 8 T’lorHay, Rencelaw, AlStebler 

62356 Latonia 4| f 66)(,fast 40f 110 7 6 6'J 6’ E Roehm 11 Miicbeth, Tay.Hay, May .Carrel 

62007 Churchill 44 f M fast 12f 110 12 12 12 12»* E Roehm 12 I’r.ofUmbria, R’ticator, GPlivet 

61834 Cliurchill 44 f 66^mud 89f 107 7 6 6* 6*4 B Roehm 10 Guest of Honor, Wida, AnnaTor 

KI794 Chur^ill 4* f 64*ifast 20 105 6 6 6’ 6» B Roehm 7 Jakiellay, H.Graliara, Old Top 

CI586 Lex’ton 44 f 65^'ifast 8f 110 12 3* 3*4 E Roehrn 12 Hopeless, Bess H, Gail Ford 

60o80 P.G’nds 1-2 60M:hvy 30 112 8 9 10* 10“ G Walls 11 IR*arie, LiLic Time, Miss Claire 

59889 F.G’nds 3-8 3S%hvy 15 116 6 7‘4 7«i G Walls 9 Leslie, Billy Gibson, Koellla 

69779 F.G’nds 3-8 38*imud 20 116 4 4* 5’J G Walls 11 Anitallampton, Dearie, Deluaivs 

65751 F.G’nds 8-S 36 good 30 116 T T Fell.G Walls 7 OldTop, B.Gibson, Bil.Whiskers 

65629 F.G’nds 3-8 SSAtfast 30 116 3 10* 9*4 G Walls 12 Pet.Brown. Bil.Gibson, Bet.Luck 

69533 F.G’nds 8-8 36%hvy 8 118 10 12** G Walls 12 Nowata, RosieU.. MarJorieWood 

69372 F.G’nds 8-8 SOHfast 15 116 7 64 6’ G Walls U5 Daniel. Better Lnck, Uaghl* 

ADMIRER, b. o, 2 (M) 105 By Prince Hermis— Fanny Homble, by Semprtmias. 

(Trainer, R. M, Vestal. Owner, G. L. Blachfor d). 

623.'>8 Ijatoni.a 4J f 66*4fast 15 U5 8 9 9’ 8« N Barrett 11 Marbeth, Tay.Hay, M.ny.Carrcl 

62110 Churchill 44 f 63%fast 45 115 7 7 7* 7** W W T’lor 8 Banter, JackBauer, EdPendlctoo 

KEEDY", b, f, 2 (K) 107 By Trevisoo — Agnes May, by Tbo Commoner, 

(Trainer, B. P, Brooks. Owner, R. P. Brooks). 

C2214 Churchill 6-8 1:81 %£ast 26 HI 6 7 7 6*5 N Barrett 7 Dearie. Miss Claire. Anna Tod 



6-8 l.ODtfast 



105 By Granite 

W. A. Eanmgartner). 



-Mint Drop, by Iriah Lad. 



2’ C Ralls 



62356 


Latonia 


44 f 


56%fast 


40f 


110 


7 


« 


6* E Roehm 


62007 


Churchill 


44 f 


54 fast 


12f 


UO 12 


12 


12 


12** E 


Roehm 


618S4 


Cliurchill 


44 f 


6£%mud 


39f 


107 


7 


6 


6* 


6*1 B 


Roehm 


4.1 794 


Churchill 


44 f 


64%fast 


20 


105 


4 


4 


6* 


«» E 


Roehm 


CI586 


Lex’ton 


44 f 


659’ilast 


8f 


UO 


1 


3 


3* 


3'4 E 


Roehm 



80580 P.G’nds 


1-2 


60%hvy 


30 


112 


8 


9 10* 10“ G Walls 


t.9889 F.G’nds 


3-8 


3S%hvy 


IS 


116 


c 


7*4 7*4 G Walls 


61*779 F.G’nds 


3-8 


3S%mud 


20 


116 


4 


4* 5'J G Walls 


5J751 F.G’nds 


3-8 


36 good 30 


m 


T 


T FeU.G Walls 


GOSiO F.G’nds 


3-8 


S6%fast 


30 


116 


3 


10* 9*4 G Walla 


B9533 F.G’nds 


8-8 


36%hvy 


8 


ua 10 


104 12“ G Walls 


69372 F.G’nds 


8-8 


36%fast 


lo 


U6 


7 


54 6* G Walls 



tJ. K. i.1. Ross entry. 

I Second Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

I Pnrse $1,010. 2-year-olds. Allowances, 
j (Track record: June 9, 1911- 1 :05*t— 4 -1 14.) 
j (624S3) bElizabcth Bean .. 109 x 725 

(62402) Lilt 10;i..R>0 

I (62365) Heeltaps 115x715 

(61658) t Ailsie Vemor .... 109x71.'' 

63483’ Arendal 109X710 

624S3’ Delusive 115X705 

624S3 tSaim McBride (M) loO. .700 

Jerry Brittan .... '03 

tC. T. Wortliinston entry. 

Third Race — About 2 Miles. 

Purse J1..500. 4-ye.ir-olds and upward. Owned or 
Le.s8ed by Members of Montreal Jockey Club. 

I Steeplechase. 

I (62445) Overmatch 7 1.50X 700 

I 62445’ Minata 6 14*5X095 

62304’ bilouyhnhnm 4 1.30. .090 

62404 hButchcr Boy 7 143X0>-'‘5 

624E5 bBriza (M) 9 1-13X080 

Fourth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

Pur^e $1,000. 3-year-olds and upivard. Claiming. 
(Track record: Sept. 4, 191.5 — 1:12 — 5—105.) 

62363’ Messincs ...110 1:14*4 4 110X7.50 

(«>5S3) Manoevre 1111:13*5 6 112Q745 

62446’ bBullet Proof 107 l:ll)(s 5 112X745 

I 623GG ‘Auntie May 10.5 1:12% 4 103X740 

I 62442 Caretaker 107 1:12% .3 9:iX74l) 

i 62527’ Madeline LillUn. .10S> 1:13% 4 10SX730 

5 107X730 



62527 bGray Gai'lcs 110 1:12% 



Fifth Race — 1 1-8 Ktles. 
Twelfth Running Windsor Hotel Cup 
$5,003 Added. 

3 year-olds and upw.Trd. 
(Track record: .Tune 6, 19i4--t;,52 

61633’ tBO.NlF.ACE 122 1 :.50 

(62034) jcoldcn Sphere ....109 1:51% 

(61916) i.Munikins 

(62366) ti’.astille 103 1:5.3 

(52446 liisli Dream 

62405 il’jrisian Diamond .1L5 1:57% 

C2487* Herron 119 1:.51% 

62565 Mayor House 106 1:52% 

fJ. K. L. Ross entry. 
tSeagram Stable entry. 

Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 
Purse 3 year olds and upward. 

(Traek record: June 7, 1911 — 1:37%- 

62523 b.May Roberts 106 1:42% 

(62308) Wakefield 100 1.40% 

(C2S74)*bllariy M. Stevens. 105 1:40 

62443’*bPe!uc Pal 9S 1:42% 

67518 bAl 

62448 Great Hawk 96 1 :39% 

62528 Sand Mark 105 1:42% 

62057 bBread lane 

(62196) bAce 107 1:43% 

62186 By Jove 

62529 Comment 107 1:45% 

62443 W'/rimson Rambler. .112 1:42% 
(K565 ‘bBub 

62303 Marjone M 100 1:40% 

6S44S Buford 167 1:39% 

63443 bFaii- lx;ssie 105 1:41% 

62629 Edith K 100 1:43% 

62443 bNorth Wales (M).. 95 1:43’% 

62488 bOoIly Varden 99 1:44% 

62528 Veiled Colleen 107 1:4.5'% 

Seventh Raco— 1 Mile. 
Pnrse $1,000. 3-yrar-clds and upward. 
(Track record: .luiie 7, 1911 — 1:.37%- 

(G3157) Grand I'addy 115 1:40 

61632’ Widow Bedotte ...101 1:41 

62488 =*l>BveIyn White 103 1 41% 

62307’ Kukiux Ill 1:29 

62526* ‘Natural 101 1:3S% 

CSZC3 bFliblrertygibbet ...lOG 1:39% 

C2447 Bromciia 109 ) :-U 

62407 hloaituina lOO 1 ::t9% 

624S8* Jewell V. 1) 105 1:41% 

62570 Smart .Money lOS 1:40% 

62367 Sangrado (M ) 101 1:40!5 

G203S Moco 105 1:46m 



Handicap. 



-3-109.) 

7 128Xf’00 
4 1I8X7SO 
4 IIOX'775 

4 107X775 

5 103 X 770 

5 100.. 750 

6 lao.-Tio 

6 95 X 740 



Claiming. 

-3-107.) 

5 107X725 

4 in. .720 

6 107X715 
3 910715 

3 99X715 

5 118X715 
9 107X710 
5 107. .710 

4 114..710 
4 10S..705 
4 103. .703 
4 10SX703 

3 92 X. 705 

4 109. .705 

5 112X700 

4 109. .700 

5 107X700 

3 96.. 700 
3 94X700 

3 *J4X700 

Claiming. 

-3-107.) 

4 Itn. .725 

5 111X720 

3 94 X 715 

7 107X715 

4 101X715 

5 112X715 

5 112. .710 
4 110X710 
3 95. .710 

8 1 05X705 

3 1(H. .705 
3 99 X 703 



1st RACE 



>— 4 Mile. R-yenr-olcts nncl nivwnrd. itlaiJen^. A llurraneeM. 
Eoaled in Cnunda. 4 Kept. 4, 1015 1:12 5 105.) 



Index Course Dist Time T’ck Oddi Wt St % Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
LYHMOUTH, ch. f, 3 (H) 105 By Marathon — Lir.gar, by Dublin. 



(Trainer, H. McDaniel. Owner, J. H. L. Ross). 



By Trevisco — Agnes May, by Tbe Commoner, 



C2214 


Cih urchin 


6-8 l:81%£a8t 


26 


lU 


6 


62130 


Churchill 


44 f 54 fast 


61 


108 


2 


68043 


Churchill 


44 f 61%good 


94 


106 


6 


618.50 


Churchill 


44 f 67 hvv 


20 


109 


3 


61771 


Churchill 


44 f 54%fast 


64 


104 


6 


MART 


C’HARA. 


br. g, 2 (M) 




110 





7 7 6*5 N Barrett 7 Dearie, Miss Claire, Anna Tod 

4 Jt* 44 G Fields 10 Pun.Gorda, Barb. Palmer, B’deau 

8 8‘ 6* G Fields 9 Sis.JoscUa, .An. Tod, Pun. Gords 

Pell. M Gamer 8 F. Spoon, M.L’hton, B. of B. Ridge 

7 8* 8“ J Owens 9 Poppye, Yalta. Corto 



(Trainer, W. Perkins. Owner, G. F. Baker), 
62400 Irfitonia f>-8 l:01%fast 22 112 6 7 

62007 Churchill 44 f M fast 6 US 3 11 

61339 Churchill 44 f So’ifast 68 US 3 S 



By BeUii — Incendiary, by Lamplighter, 



56031 Ham’ton 64 f l:C9'%fast 11-10 106 4 2 1 1* 

.5-7637 Windsor 6-8 1 :00%fa.st 16-6 101 2 11 1* 

,v.f^8 Ft.Krie 5-8 1:03 fant H-W 115 J 2 2 2* 

54715 B. Bon’ ts 44 f 55%fast 8-5 112 3 13* 

54423 W’dblne 5-8 l:03Vi.hvy 1-4 119 3 I S 3* 

S4316 W’dbine 1-2 48 fast 1-2 US 1 2 2* 

PROCTOH, ch. c, 3 (H) 107 

(Trainer, H. McDaniel. Owner, J, K. L. Ross). 
First start. 

IMPERSONATOR, b. e, 3 (M) 107 



1* 2* H Eric’as’n 7 I... Heart, HnmoriRt. rush I’in 

Ink 21* A Claver 6 Corenzio, R.Gift, BriglitMcmiBg 

2* 2“ A Claver S Fanatic, I'laywrighi, liumorist 

3’* 3*i J G’nelsen 4 Royal Gift, Fanatic, Dorantue 

3* 4“ J Gr’nelsen 4 (’apt. Scott, Diadimia, Royal Gift 

2* 2*4 J Gr’neisen 6 Diadema, Capt.Scott, ElJesmar 

By Marathon — Canice, by Bridgo of Canny. 



(Trainer, W, H. Bringloe. Owner. Seagram Statlo). 



By Bezant — Rogue, by Emperor. 



2 112 6 7 7* 8* N Barrett 8 Kent U, I^eslie. Ten Sixty 

6 115 3 11 8*4 6*1 M Gamer 12 Pr.ofCmbria, B’ticator, GPlivet 

8 US 3 6 6’ 6“ T Murray 9 Dr.Maker. B.BcUeveMe. Calad’m 



POLITE, ch. c, 2 (K) 110 By Rock View — Attentive, by AlIan-a-Dale. 

(Trsiner, K. &i>ence. Owner, Montfort Janes). 

62477 Latonia 6-S l:01*%fast S9 US 7 7 7* 7** E Scoble 8 JackBauer, BamEearer, Wy^Tw i 



68 US 3 

no 



C2273 Conn'ght 2-4 l:lo%fast 
62167 Conn’ght Im'Oy l:4C'%fast 
162050 W’dbine 1 1-16 1 ;50%fast 
I 61943 Woodbine 1 1-8 l:56%fast 
61879 Woodbine 11-4 2:12 slow 
55353 Ham’ton 5-8 l:02%fast 23 

S6279 Ham’ton 6-8 l:01%faat 16 

CHXHA, ch. f, 3 (K) 



7th RACE 



1 Mile nnd 70 Yards. Jt-yenr-oids and apward. Claiminir 
3, 1017 1:41 4-5 3 12G.) v./ -zukxjij,. 



TBLALIP, ch. f, 3 100 

(Trainer, D. F. Cannon, (kwner, G. Dnunballar). 
e;2C9 Uatonia 1 l:39%fa.st 12 103 4 4 

62131 Churchill 11-16 1:46 fa.st 7-10 97 2 J 

61537 Lex’ton 1 1-18 l:lS%fmst U-10 107 2 2 

bl49G I>:x’ton 1 1-16 l:51%mtid 6 96 2 3 ; 

68S53 1.0 X’ ton FC l:12%sIow 7-5 109 3 3 8! 

tSlSl Church’ I 64 f l;20%fa«t 22-5 110 4 U 10 8 1 

*7391 I-ntonia 8-4 1:15 slow 29 109 1 8 4 

*7268 Latonia 64 f l:07%fast 44 112 4 1 1 

*7074 Latonia *4 f 1 :08 fast 44 109 10 >71 

66895 Latonia 64 f l:07%fast 11 KB 6 f S I 

66295 Latonia 64 f l:97%faBt 27-10 109 6 8 4: 

65149 Ijktonla 6-8 l:01%fast 14-S 108 2 1 1: 



JOBETT, b. h, 6 

(TiaiLer, W. Perkins 
62441 Latonia 1 1-lG 1: 
C2299 laitonia 1 1: 



111 

Perkins. Owner, A. W. Toung), 
1 1-lG l:4.-)%fast 17-10 107 3 1 

1 l:S9%fast 9-6 108 3 3 

1 1-16 l:45%fast 23-10 112 1 2 



C2299 laitonia 1 l:S9%fast 9-6 108 3 3 

62111 Churchill 1 1-16 l:45%fast 23-10 112 1 2 

C2012 Churchill 11-16 1:45 fast 19-10 1^ 2 2 

C1743 Churchill 1 l:3S’%fast 1 114 4 4 

68403 I.ex’ton 1 1-8 l:52%fast 24 U4 7 6 6 1 

68268 I>?x’ton 1 1-lG l:4r.%fast 21-10 112 4 € 6 4 

681S3 Church’ 1 1 1-8 l:52%fast 6 108 6 6 6 4 

ESfri" Church' 1 1 1-16 l:45%fast 44 111 7 6 1 8 

67771 l.atonla 1 1-15 1;4C fast 7 110 7 4 4 6 

67652 I.iatonia 1 1-8 l:52*,igood 8-5 110 3 S 3 2 

17393 1-atonla 1 6-8 2:46%slow C 107 2 6 6 6 

66047 Latonia 1 3-16 l;57%faet 19 107 7 4 4 • 

t(786 Latonia 1 l:41%hvy 6 108 6 S 4 4 

6iT718 Latonia 1 1-16 l;4D%hvy 8 107 C 4 « 6 

BANDS OF PLEASURE, b. g, 9 109 

(Traii:ar, J. M. Goode. Owner, J. M. Goode). 
62441 Lcitonia 1 1-16 l:45%fast 27-10 113 8 5 

t'2S9C luitonia 1 l:S9%fi.al S;-10 113 G 4 

62183 Churciiin 1 l:38%fait 6 lU 4 S 

62078 (.'hurchill 1 1-4 28M%slow 10 132 4 4 

61873 Churchill 1 1-8 1:60 fast 46 102 8 8 

61657 Lox’ton 1 1-4 2KX5 %e1ow 7 106 4 I 

61494 Lex’ton 11-16 1:49 mud € 103 X 8 

61441 U.-x’ton 1 1-15 l:4.:%good 6 106 7 6 

6 ;91 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:0S%hvy 10 115 6 6 6 6 

fci:;69 F.G’nds 1 1-8 1:52 fast 44 113 8 8 8 8 

67143 F.G'nds 1 1-8 l:53',ifast 3i 118 6 4 3 3 

K-9 7 7 6 
UO 8 8 6 
U1 1 5 6 
113 5 6 4 
112 10 10 10 
108 8 7 7 



&7041 F.G’nds 1 1-lG l:3Uthvy 6 
bOlT"! F.G’nds 1 l:41%hvy 12 

6P&.9 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :44%fast 4* 
69557 F.G'nds 1 1-lC l:48%sIow S 
65:rr5 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:45 fast 12 
fS270 Jeffson 1 1-16 l:46H,fast » 

BROTHERLY LOVE. b. g. 5 



By Ballot — Enterprise, by Bathampton. 

2’i 1«* G Fields 7 Jonett. S.ofPleasnre, Sagamook 
1* 1‘ W Pool C I'adm. Cinderella, Bscarpolette 
I’ 1’ J Howard 8 Ev. While, Stonewall, Opulent 
« y Pool 8 Escurpoiette, BertJia 8.. Megan 
«? I M.Crestw’d, Wd-gTh’gh, Image 

o. "I ^^°*''***’*J J'* <^-*1 -Amour, Opulent, Reliability 
8 I 4 J Howard 12 Carpenter, Janku, Tom Hare Jr. 

I 1* J Howard 12 l:’i‘i'ri.sli. Saltiinander, Bartered 
84 7*4 J Howard 12 L.PoIIy, T.Con’sluidy, B’k’ghanj 
64 4*4 W Mor'seyl2 UoldMe. Lit. Polly, LUlianMaeB 
24 4* J Howard 9 BrigbtTrash, L’yMotber, Kandei 
I'i 1*4 J Howard 10 Commander Coiln, Nig, Randal 

By McGee — Mnff, by Ingoldsby. 

1* 1* W Pool 8 S.ofPlpasnre, Bro.Lore, BVTtW. 
1» yf Pool 7 Yulalip, S.ofPlcasure, Sagamook 
Ih ink K Pool 4 NcUdam, Tomahoi, Wapiti 
« ^ (^intonville. Tippo Sahib, Tody 

24 3*» E Pool 8 liold Me, Rep, Tharon 
^ 1* H Gregory 8 P.Ultra. Gen. Haig, Gnaranteed 
2»* 1‘* E Pool 8 Ben Valet, Herd Girl, Rep 
4* 2* E Barnes 8 Bel.Qneen, Easteside, Tip.Sahtb 
2*4 3*J E Pool 7 Herd Girl, Dodge, Runzaf 
7* 7>* E Pool 8 K.isteaide. Dodge. High Gear 
J4 2'4 H Gregory 8 Wickf’o. Canuiever. Klmpaloog 
^ ^0 H.E.Cole’n, BPkSeivant. R’lean 

V, P’brand. AphleDear, L'yMadeap 

8 3 * L Pool 6 Kinbum, Bui. 1‘roof, AttaBoyll. 

4* 4»4 E Pool 8 Firebrand, Kinburu, UnltedVerde 

By Fair Play — Golden Sand, by Rack Sand. 

4’ 2* B Kenn’dy 8 Jonett, Erotherlyl-ove, FtaakW 
6* 3*3 M Gamer 7 Tnl.tlip, Jonett, Sagamook 
44 1* B Kenn’dy 7 Tomahoi, Bro.Love, J.S. Reardon 
4 4‘J S McGraw 4 Uxl’m’tor, F’brand. Blar’yStone 

8* 4*4 S McGravv 9 Kxterm’tor, I<adyMadcap, R’leao 
V ^1* ? Darnes 7 U. Verde, Surf Rider, Blarn. Stone 
4 4 S McGraw 4 Advocate. T.d’Honneur, B. Stone 

6* 6'3 S McGraw 7 I’nitodVerde, Advocate, Rouieaa 
4* 3'i B Pool 8 Hun. Buck, U. Verde, GrayOablce 
8 7*4 H J Burke 8 Guy, Bunga Buck. WynnewooJ 

4* 3*4 H J Burk© (> Veto, Gourmand, Blarney Stone 
3* la H J Burke 8 Coatipiu, United Verde, Pit 
4* 6'* E Pcol 8 U’tedVerde, B’gaBuck, By. Days 
* 2* H J Burke 6 I. Kiss, Duke John, BlarceyStons 

4*’ 3* H J .Burke 5 Thimble, UiiitodVerde, Byg.D:tyt 
6* 2* S McGraw 11 Guy, TippityWitchet, B. Stone 



(Trainer, J. H. Jackson. Cwnec, J. M. Jackson). 
63484 B.B’nncts 54 f l;ll%hvy 9f 85 5 7 2* 

62220 Conn’ght 3-1 l;15%fast 14 93 2 2 3*>* 

67240 Con’ght 54 f l:<rr%fast 6 103 I 8 8 8 

67118 Conn’ht 6-8 l:62%fast 8 107 3 2 3 24 

66S23 B.Bon’ts 6-8 1:04 fast 10 KN 4 4 4 4 

54641 Dorval 64 f l:08%fast 46 98 1 2 6 8 

66601 Dorval 5-8 1:02 fast 32 112 4 6 7 8’* 

56277 Del’m’r 6-8 1:05 faat 16 1014 

TAG DAY. br. g, 3 (M) 107 I 

(Trainer, G. Nibbs. Owner, G. Nibbs), 

61633 M’ncuve Ab 5-8 l:0g%good U 108 

G1603 M’neuve Ab 5-8 1 ll%t.vv 8 1C7 

61019 Havana 3-4 l:16%fast 30 113 7 8 74 

60934 Havana lin£>0y l:l'f'tgood .50 102 10 10 10 
S0490 Havana 3-4 l:17%slop 15 105 10 10 10 8* 

50147 Havana 3-4 l:15%fast 3 96 10 U U 10*41 

EORIFI7NE, <*. f, 3 (M) 105 I 

(Trainer, S. J. Davis. Owner, S. Nesbitt). 

57822 Kempton 6-8 1:10%mud 9 97 

67540 Mt. Royal 6-8 l:06%hvy 11-10 U3 

5«iiJl Dorval 5-8 1.02 fast (*4 112 9 9 9 9 

JACK SHRINE, bik. c, 1 (M) 112 I 



6 89 1 3 3* 3“J P Walls 0 .Affectation, Keltip. War Tank 

14 95 2 1 2* 3* P Walls (i Woodbine. Yowcll, C.alli n-P.erry 

11 101 2 12* 2*4 H Brydges <; I’lyathona, Fanatic, R yal Gift 

26 113 3 4 Fell. C Th'pson 7 I’aildle, King’sCourt, Brynthona 
9 1C8 6 10 lO*"!!)*’ C Th’pson 11 South Sliore, Paddle, El .Icsniar 
.07 6 3 3 34 7“ H .1 Burke 8 Corenzio, Captain Sts.u. Chlorls 

06 2 1 1 2* 2* R L'caster 7 Cereuzio. ChCrli.?. lle.u'tsof Rock 

105 By Marthon — Yellow Sally, by Star Shoot. 



(Trainer, W. X. Trenholme. Owner, W. T. Trenbolme). 



1014 7’i J Smith 8 Car'thers, E.BriBlit, TheCigar’te 

107 By Keolon — Fair Annie, by Hawkswick. 

Nibba). 

H 1<>8 6'* C White 7 luistClianee, Impress. I><*pend’ce 

8 107 2* H Gibson 7 Sleepy Grass. Clean Sweep, Lava 

30 113 7 8 74 6“ J Smith 8 MissFraul’d. Fasorda, NaomiK. 

.50 102 10 10 10 10” R McA’neylO Hut>h, Frank Burke, Datusa 

105 10 10 10 8* 7*’ J Smith It) Athgarren, .Aleso. Ia)velic8t 

96 10 U U 10*412’* J (?halm’rsl2 Missllope, M. Castle, Sp’dyLady 

105 By Dorante — ^Btary’s Aunt, by Star Shoot. 

S. Nesbitt). 

97 6*4 A Jacobs 7 I.adyFelix. Foxh.tven, L.lUnmora 

U3 2* N Foden 7 Ton’odo, W. of .Apoiio, Tag Day 

112 9 9 9 9 9” A Jacobs 9 Kelly’s Queen, I’litY Ball. Puddle 

112 By Allowmaise— Shirley R., by Knight of the 



61952 Mt-RoyaJ 54 f l;09%tast 
E5667 Del’m’r 3-4 l:!C%fast 39 



fiSoG Dt-t’m’r 
55457 Del’m'r 
54890 B.Bon’ts 
54844 B.Bon’ta 



7-8 l:30%fast 49 

6- 8 lK)i%fast 18 

7- 8 1 :30%slow 63 



26 106 
103 
108 

97 

10C4 433 



Thistle cr Buck Marsie. 



3-4 l;lS%slop 9f 107 7 



TIPCY DANCE, b. c, 3 107 

(Trainer, E. Feokes. Owner, Mra. L. 
57533 W’OblDe 64 f 1:07 fast 68 103 3 



5* N Burger S I.andlcss. Jaminia, Assyr. Queen 

6” T Rae S Rag. Robin, Chandelier, Barber 

S'* T Rp.e 8 Oid Pop. All.-imoke, Chandelier 

5* D Prible n Dr. Hall, Vim, I’okey Jaue 

4 6?* C’4 J Smith 7 War Fox, Flea, iloueile 

T 7 7** J Smith 7 Nociis, Oakling, Flea 

By Kingship — Aurora Raby, hy Armeath II. 
Livingston). 

3 6'4 6** J H’tamer 9 Affectation, Paddle. Troubler 



2nd RACE 



1-3 FurlonK's. 2-ycar-«ld». 
1:05 4-0 4 114.) 



Alluiyazioes. (June i>, IDll- 



FT.TZABETii RFAN , oh. f, 2 109 By Meridian — Sweet Flower, by Pleasant Day. 

(Trainer, K. Patterson. Owner, B. Harding). 

62483 B-B’nneta 6-8 l:03%hvy 7 A 114 2 1 1* 1* .T McTng’t 6 Delusive, Arendal, PamMcBrid# 

62135 Belmont 6-S at 57%fast 30 113 U H 12* 12** B Faike 13 McKee, Cherry Pie, Can.Tine 



62073 EelmciJt 44 f st 62%faat IS^ U5 7 



6193’2 Jamaica 
C1646 Pimlico 
61578 I’imlico 
61310 H.deG’co 
LLLT, b. f, 2 



6-S 1:00 fast 16-6 114 3 



34 6’i C Kuminer S E.-tuincctial, The Kis.s, P.-ipillon 
2k 32 C Kuinmer 5 C.Pantages, W. Waiting. (Contact 



41 f 55 fast 1-2 U2 1 1 1* 1’ A Johrisoii 4 D.Bot’aerMe, Mer.I-an'l, G. Bonne* 



1-2 4S%fast 13-10 112 3 
1-2 4S%good 8-5 114 3 



(Trainer, J, H&Phcrzon. Owner, J, MePbarsan), 



624-11 I-aitonia 
C2188 Churchill 



1 1-lG l:4i%fast 
1 l:3.S)i'a3t 



ri97.» Churchill 1 1-lC 1:44 fast 



17-5 HI 7 
17-5 114 6 
SS ICG 6 
i:i no 7 
3 106 4 
102 5 6 6 
m 6 6 3 
1C9 7 7 7 



61G5T I^z’ton 1 1-4 2:06%slow i:i HO 7 7 

(iil5.7 Lex’ ton 1 l:£S%fast 3 106 4 6 

C 131 F.G’nds ImTOy l:42%fast 6 102 5 6 6 6 

8or42 F.G’nds 1 1-18 1:47 fast 24 HI 6 6 3 3 

e-2'J2 F' G’nds ImTOy 1 :<6*%good 8 1C9 7 7 7 T 

F 144 F.G’nds 1 1-18 1 :47%fast 13-5 107 10 3 t t 

61774 Imtonia 1 1-17 1:46 fast 83 110 8 8 8 7 

D755'j [.gtlonia 1 l-lo l:45%faat 3-2 113 7 7 7 4 

F?::67 I,alonia 1 1-lC 1 :4:.%faat 13 FJ B 6 4 I 

i-lliiS Irfitonta 1 l:42%mud 11 107 4 4 4 4 

67u?5 Latonia 1 1-lG 1 :46%fast 9 106 4 B 6 6 

'C.xt I.HtnnU 1 1-16 l;4.*>%fust 4 112 4 S E B 

BLARNEY STONE, b. g, 4 lOS 

CXrainer, J. Hanover. Ovimer, Reiser Broe.). 
624 II Ixitonii 1 1-16 l;45%fK..vt 15 U1 6 8 

< 207S Churchill 1 I-4 2:0«%slow 17 95 2 2 



(20.S Churchill 1 I-4 2:0«%slow 17 95 2 

62009 Churchill 1 1-16 1:45 fast 17 U1 8 

61S73 Churchill 11-8 1:.50 faat 64 984 3 

41S-.3 Churchill 1 1-16 l;47%hvy 31-10 1C8 6 
(.16.57 ].,ex’ton 1 1-4 'JrOGItslow 21 68 B 

(.1.589 Lei'ton 1 1-16 1 :44<ifast 28 1<»8 4 

61481 I-.ex’ton 1 1-16 1:19 mud 6 S9 4 

6 C’91 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:09',i.hvy 7 104 Lost ri 



(. I(>,57 ].,ex’ton 1 1-4 '2:06';t3low 
(.1.589 Lei'ton 1 1-16 1 :44<ifast 

61481 I-.ex’ton 11-16 1:19 mud 

6 C91 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:09',i.hvy 7 

6:607 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:49%hvy 7 
6*t{ 1 F.(J’nd.s ItnTV l:(2%fast 10 
b.-t(.9 F.G'nds 1 1-S 1:52 fast 15 
C0190 F'.G nds 1 1-2 2:33%fast 7 

■WAPITI, ch. g, 4 



104 Lost rider. 



106 7 7 7 
108 1 2 4 



6* 2* S McGraw 11 Guy, TippityWitchet, B. Stone 

2k 1* E Pool 10 Slip.Elm, T.Witchet, T.McT'g'l 

By Helmet — Santa Anna LL, by Kartagim. 

2k 3*4 D Conn’ily 8 Jonett. S.ofPlenBure. Frank W. 

3) 3*4 D Conn’ily 7 S.ofITsare, Tomaiioi, J.S.R’nloa 

4* 4‘i B Kenn’dy C L’y Madcap, .Minlo II., M.Hyne* 

7 7‘* D Clonn’lly 7 U. Verde, SuifRiJcr, Blarn.Stcne 

3'J I'i H Kenii dy 0 SiPi'.Ker.n, Yostiimi, Belg’nQu’n 

3* 3* 1, MeU’ott 5 r.d’Hou’eur, \V ’newood. il.St’uu 

**4 1*4 C Turner 7 Padua, Gray Gables, Joa<loina 

6* 3* F Smith 8 Tody, Cimarron, Itunsif 

6* 4* F C’ltiietlllO Ihidua, Runzaf, Claymore 
6’ 6** J D M ney 8 Kaaieside, Dodge, High Geer 

3* 24 L Lyke 8 WariSpirit, llarbick, D. Carroil 

8« 2vk B Parke HI. Mae. Kew. O’.Neil, Goa Mali 

4 4*‘ J D M’ney 4 B’kieDaw, Dartmoor, T’poPahIt 

44 6*1 N Barrett 6 BiackieDaw, Travesty, Mar’huna 

6* 6*4 F Smith (» Westw’d. Wickford. Easteaide 

By BerrUldon — Top Rock, by Rockton, 

6* 5*4 Cl R.-Uls 8 Jcuptt. S. of Pleasure, Bro. Ixrve 

3* 3*i .1 Owers 4 Ext’ra’tor, F’brt.nil, S.cfl*leasure 

®* 3^i H J Burko 8 R;idio, Hold Me, Jim Daisy 

9 8-J G Broua’g 9 Extemi’tor, IsidyMadcap, R'leau 

24 2* G Brc’uing 7 Rep, Frank AV., 'I’iiaroa 

^ D McD ott 7 I’.Vi rde, Surf Rider, Goumtand 

4*‘ 4*J J Zoeilor .5 L .Madcap, Roulean. T.d’Honn’ur 

3* 3* F \V ii.soT. 4 Advocate, T.d’Ilonn’r, S.ofPi’ure 

F V* e.ner 8 Buii.ltuck, U.Veide, S.ofl'I’sure 

2‘4 Ik J D M'ney 5 Wjiinew’d, Pas. Swain, G. Gable:. 

4* 4‘ E Barnes r> T.d’llonneiir, W’newood, B.l/ove 
6* 6*1 H Thomas 8 Guy, Bungu Buck, Wynnewood 
2* 1* M Garner S Padua, Gourmand, Wads’ih’sljist 



(Trainer, H. Eciddiegs, Jr. Owner. H. Giddinga). 

62402 E.B'nnels 5-S l:02%hvy U-10 U2 3 1 1* 1* A CTaver 

; 62049 Woodbine 44 f 55’%fnst 7 105 4 3 2i A Claver 

I HEELTAPS, ch. f, 2 115 By THtimus— Q 

1 (Trainer, W. Irvins. Owner, E. F. ’Whitney). 

! 6236.5 B.B’nnets 6-8 l:0l%fast T-10 HI 1 1 1* 1* T Par’gt< 



3* :»'4 A John.son 7 Jolly, St. Valeati:ic, Pravos 
4* 3'i C Turner 12 Adv’tnross, E.P.iice, Sw’pUawk 
By Spanish Prince H. — Melody, hy Longfellow. 



1* A Claver 8 Oakwood, Patch vroik, DixieDick 

24 A Claver (t I.ady Boss, Miss Taft. MissEdna 

By intimus — Queen of the Water, hy Vfaterboy. 



62301 Conn’ght 
C2164 Conn’ght 
£‘2085 Woodbine 
61444 Pimlico 



6-S l:Cl*;4dlow 
B-S l:t)l%ta.st 
6-3 1:0-2 fast 
1-2 47%fast 



AILEIE ’VERNOR, ch. f, 2 



(Trainer, C. T. 'Werthingten. Owner. C. T. Worthington) 



-1() HI 1 1 1* 1* T Par’gton .3 Prismar, J.Iiss Taft 

bi HI 1 1 1* 1’ T Par’gton (> Arendal, Mag Reed, Scth’sI>'inon 

1 118 1 1 1*4 2'J T Par'gton (! Mag. Reed, S.’sLonion. Tiicldster 

^ 115 1 2 2* S»!i T Par’gton 4 R .yalOak, llag.Rced. Grey Bard 

63 107 9 3 11 11’** J Rowan 11 Tuli TIiuIkt, Windigo, Frank G. 

109 By Mc-Gee— Conclurion, by Peep o’Bay, 



61658 I^x’ton 4s f 

61555 Lez’ton 44 f 

61456 Ijex’ton 1-2 
ARENDAL, b. e, 2 

(Trainer, A. N. Ro; 



4n f o6 mud 
44 f 56%hvy 
1-2 49 fast 



mud 2 100 2 

:%hvy 64 105 7 

fast 14 103 6 

199 

Owner, A. IT. Roy), 



62483 B.B’nneta 5-S 1 :03’rt.hvy 27-10 IH 4 3 

62381 Conn’ght 6-8 l:0J%s!ow 3 107 3 2 

62U57 Conn’ght 6-8 1:02 fast 7 108 2 1 

61986 Mt-Royal 6-S l:02^5fast 24-5 112 

DELUSIVE, b. c, 2 U6 

(Trainer, H. Cots. Owner, RiverdaU Sta’olc). 
62483 ll.B’unets 5-S l:‘J3^rhvy 4 117 1 4 

C1S81 Woodbine 6-8 l:01%fast 3 112 2 2 

61878 Woodbine 5-S 1:02 slow 8 107 3 3 

616,74 I.ex’lon 44 f 5S slow 13 112 4 T 



i 51*779 


F.G’nda 


3-8 


38%juud 


18-5 111 


5 


j 59751 


F.G’nds 


3-8 


26 good 7 


lU 


3 


59623 


F.G’nds 


8-8 


35%fast 


10 


115 10 


53452 


F.G’nds 


3-8 


36 slow 


IS 


Us 


4 



SAM McBRIDE, br. c, 2 (M) 



(Trainer, C. T. ’Worthington. Owner, C. T. W orUiington). 



1* 1* II B JonB.«t R Poppye, Miss Claire, Jakie Hay 
24 Z» II E Joneal2 Poppye, LittlcSallie, SlissCUilre 
6‘ 3* H E Jonesll OlilTuii, I’oppye, HughesGraham 
By Plaudit or Star Shoot — Pyrope, hy Sir Wilfred. 

3* 3* J ’Wallace 6 Eliz. Bean, Delusive. S. McBride 
2* 2* H Erlcks’n 6 Il’Itaps, Jiag.Reed, Selh’sLrmoa 
14 1* H Ericks’n 7 (’.Pautages, S.’sI.en>on, Radiaut 
1*4 C Gross 6 Dix.Dick. Qu’nMazouia, W.VVood 
By Vulcain — Belnsion, by Meddler. 

2* 2* L McD'ott 6 Rliz. Bean. Arendal, S. McBride 
2“ 1* L McD’ott 5 Topango, Jeal. Woman. (JreyB.ard 
*k 3* L McD’ott 6 Mt. Roae, Buca.lo, Magic Reed 
7* 3** L McD’ott 12 Full o’ Fun, Valoise, Tayl.Hay 
6* 3*4 -4 Wilson 11 Anitallampton, Dearie, Athleie 
4* L.rld.E Am’ae 7 OldTop, B. Gibson, Bll. Whisker* 
U* 11’ J H King 12 Pet.Brown, Bil Gibson, Bet.Luck 
3* 2* B Mari’ellllO PrluceK., OldTop. T.Mulefikla’t 
By Horron — Palermo, by Garry Herrmann. 



! 624S3 B.B’nncts 6-S l:«3%hvy 42 105 6 6 4* 4‘* 

i JERRY BRITTAN. b. o, 2 (M) 83 By I 

I (Trainer, M. F, ’Williams. Owner, M. F. ’WUliains). 
i First start. 



42 105 6 6 4* 4‘* H E Jones 6 Eliza’thBean, Dcltisive, Arendal 



By Dorante — Horning Song, by Jean Bereaud. 



(Trainer, R. Wingfield. Owner, M. & J, Low eastsin). 



By Harmonicon — Catacomb n. 



iSrcl RACE 



42289 Uitoiiia 1 I;39%f;ist ?6 108 7 

62111 Churchill 1 1-lC 1 :45%fast BJ 102 4 

6 1 909 (Tiurchill 1 1 ;29 fast 2S 10 106 1 

59782 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :50-y„mud 4 5 103 3 4 6 

f.'<060 F.G’nds 1 1:39 faat 2i 115 6 1 1 

6;L7C F.G’nds ImTOy l:44%good 20 103 6 3 3 

6K15 F.G'nds 64 f l:<«9%mud 20 109 7 8 

BOOTS F.G’nds 1 1..3S%fa«t 25 101 4 6 6 

67979 Church'l 1 1-18 l:e%faat 17-M 106 4 I 3 

67728 I^atonia 1 1:39 fast U-i 105 • 6 4 



115 6 1 1 
103 6 3 3 
109 7 8 



7 6« T Murray 

4 4'J E Scobie 

6* 3* E Pool 
6 5’* E Scohie 

1*4 1* E Scoble 
2* 2* E Kcoliio 
61 5*1 K Scoble 
6* 6“ K Scoble 
1* 1* J Kederla 
I* 2*4 B Bcobie 



7 Tulallp, Jonett. Sands ofrieasure 

4 N’cdda.-.i. Jouelt. Tomahoi 

8 Hold Me. D.irtmoor, Tomahoi 

5 (■imu:'ron, Rep, Pimlico 

6 Uini'juoi, Runzaf, Rep 

6 Irish Kiss, Court View, Valor 

8 R:iphl Day, Kirah, John’s llmma 

7 Pastoral Swain, Valor, Gualet 

8 Petrarch, Sagamook, Ace 

8 Runzaf, MlssPetlte, Cncle Veto 



Aboat 2 Miles, Ste«t>leehase. 4-year-oldn and npward. Allow- 
nuees. Owned or Letused by Keurbers of Montreal JuoUey Club. 



OVERMATCH, b. r, ^ 



('lYainer, S. Voitch. Owner, C. K. Harrisan, Jr.). 



By Oversight — Omcrca, by Common. 



62115 r:.B’imola Ab 2 4:C2%fast 43-10 142 



6276 1 n.It’nriets Ab 2 4:05 fast 
t2J8’2 W’bitie Ab 2 1-2 453%fast 
CiyS'J Woodbine Ab 2 3:57%fast 



nfl iiO KATJ IE, ch. c, 3 97 By Malamont — Lonisianne, by The Cemmonar, 

(Trainer, J. -W altera. Owner, 6. K. Hendrio). 

C'2307 Latonia 3-4 I:I2%faat 30 93 8 4 4* 6*4 C Studer 9 SiiavePrints!, iDrrr.'RiUon, Delorpt 

I03:.9 F.G'nda 64 f l:C7%fast 11-6 115 I 2 2 1* 1* H J Burke 12 Sun Time, Mary Maxim, Margie 

5^685 F.G’nds 64 f l:lt'%hvy 6 115 4 J 2 2k 6** U J Burke 12 Miracle Man, U’racuda, Hickory 



I 61 IK 1 Pimlico 
55628 Pimlico 
BtS t* Piiulleo 
6JG19 I’Irnllco 
58171 Pimlico 
6S256 I.<nurel 
57971 Laurel 
' t>764l Laurel 



2 3:58 fast 14-5 : 
2 2:57 hvy 6 136 2 

2 4;02%hvy 5 142 2 

3X5S fast 13-H 145 4 
2 2:5»%hvy 23 143 11 



9-10 130 3 
1-1 141 1 
3 139 4 
14-5 135 3 
136 2 2 3 
142 2 4 4 



5S236 I.nurel Ab 2 4:02'%fast U 14« 4 6 6 

157971 Laurel Ab2 443 fast 3 144 7 6 4 

67841 Laurel Ab 2 4;trr%fast 13 136 1 1 4 

57553 H.dcG’ce Ab 2 4.06%faat 22-6 138 4 6 3 



1 1*4 5'*J W Borgan 5 Minata, Blighty II., Shoal 

1 2 3‘i W Jones 3 Blighty II.. Overmatch 

2 3” 3'“ O Di.im nd 4 Sea Tale, Blighty II.. M>-Corto«rm 

1 2* 2*4 B Haynce 5 Ineut. Seas, Minata, Shoal 

3 3 3 B Haynea 5 Free State, Last Man, Nonna 

1 1* 1* L Cheyne 4 Crest Hill, Flying Scout, Keltia 

2 1* Ik L Cheyno 8 InfldclII., J.A.Sh’ridan, W’nster 

Lost rider.R Slmps’n 8 LeMarsouin, Infidelll., N. Haven 

3 Ik 3J L Ctheyne 12 Vigilante, Lieut.Scas, LeMar’ki 

6 6 6“ S Veitch Jr 6 Slioal, Formistress, Uobt. OlWet 

6 4* 4*4 I Barrett 7 Surf, Robert Oliver, Le Cyprin 

4 C** 6* R SLmpsan 7 CrestmU, DkaShore, LeMata'ln 

3 1* 24 hi Barrett 7 Lytle, Nonas, Reddest 




Thursday, Jnne 15, 1922 



DATI.V llAClNa FOKiU. 




KIlfATA, b. e, 6 1^0 

(Trainer, T. J. Donohno. Owner. I'r.'. F. A. 
€2445 B.B'nnot* Ab 2 4 :«'’.-vfa.st 1-2 H2 1 4 

(ilS8t) Woofibine Ab 2 3-2 1 13 2 3 

f.1731 rtmlico 2 1-4 4;22'sfaPt 13-3 140 3 4 

61S47 Pimlico 2 1-i 4:107t.fast 4 112 4 2 

6.SC80 Ptmllco 2 1-2 6.-OS mud 2 143 2 3 4 4 

fiS203 Lnurel Ab 2 3:37 37-10 143 6 6 4 4 

6S.32 Laurel Ab 2 3:57 fast 33-10 110 1 5 4 3 

67798 Laurel Ab 2i 4.59 slop 9f 140 7 8 7 6 

£7601 W.lblne Ab 2i 4:32 good 3 ISl 1 $ 4 3 

6T500 W’dblne Ab 2 3:55 fast 6-5 154 2 I 6 4 

66953 B.Bon'Ls Ab 2A 6:03 fast 8-u 167 i 6 6 4 



140 7 8 7 
151 1 6 4 



By Iliredor — Aininta, by Tasso. 

Cl4rk). 

2* 2’1 P. Havu=s .3 O^cnnatch. Tl., Shoal 

3'® 3* N K.'nn’d" .3 Lieut. Seas, O. eimateh. Slical 

4'* 4*J N Kfcnu’dy .3 Ireland, Pl’.cenix, Vigilante 

2* 2'.J .’>1 Kenn dy (> Wis.Kocl, Ksrjiiinian, It. Oliver 

2 2'i B llajivs 4 Vigilante, New Haven, la-M'seuin 

4* I’J n Hayne.s 7 lt<>l>ert01iver. Joyful, Prank B 

1* 1' B Haynes (1 Kraiikll., IVs-eaiit, Jiiut'of frota 

4* 4“i B Haynes 8 Fly. Scout, I.eM.irKoiiiD. I’c^'csct 

3“ 3*“ U Ha>nes 7 Sea Tale, Transpero, Flyiefl'rog 

410 414 jj Haynes f> Rea Tale, Coronado, Tranapero 

2‘* 1* B Ilavncs 0 MeAdams. Coronado. Le Cyprln 



HOUYE27EKH, ch, g. 4 ISO 

(Traircr, J. T. Kcnnath. Owner, R. B. 
€2364 B.B’uneta Ab 2 4«j fa.«t 3 117 

€2048 Woodbice Ab 2 4:07 fast 1 145 

€1912 Woodbine Ab 2 4:lu'4fast 1-2 137 

61708 Pimlico 2 3;r.5*»slcw 9^5 140 

61,304 Pimlico 2 4:07?-„mud 5 137 

6 1410 H.deH’ce Ab 2 4 :0r.=„fast 57 1.32 

67035 Belmont 1 1;:<8 fast 12 106 3 3 

6t:712 Belmont 1 1:38 fast 6 107 1 1 

56711 Empire 1 1-16 l;4.8Vifast 12 101 9 9 



106* 3 3 



107 1 1 
101 9 9 
lu7 6 4 
in 1 2 



67035 Belmont 1 1;:<8 fast 12 106 3 3 

6t:712 Belmont 1 1:38 fast 6 107 1 1 

56711 Empire 1 1-16 l;4.8Vifast 12 101 9 9 
55694 Empire lni70y l:45vtslow Iu7 6 4 
55654 Empire IrnToy 1:46 fast 10 111 1 “ 

55S15 E-mpire 1 1 :4fl%fast 50 108 1 2 

6.'-571 Empiro lm70>- 1 :45 fast 60 102 5 4 

651J9 AQ’duct 6ifl:ls%fast 30 104 1 

61956 Belmont 1 1 :39>ifast » 118 2 3 

64.830 Belmont 1 ] :355ifast 6 110 6 3 



By Iluon — Bobbinet, 
Strass burger) . 

3 3 3 S Veitch Jr ?, 

1 1” 1“ W Jones r. 

1 11 1- W Jones 7 

2 2* 2® P Brady 9 

2 4“ Vi 1* Brady M 

6 6’® 5'® I* Bnidv 11) 

3 3* :• C Turner 15 

1 2» 2® C Turner 7 

11 11® 11'® J Mooney 13 
6 7* 6'» C Turner 8 

3 3i 3* C Turner 0 

4 4 4 « C Turner 4 

6 6 €” G W Car’ll 6 

4 4* 4®J It Turner 8 

4 4* 4® C Turner 5 

3 1' I’i F Keogh 10 



, by Invemesa. 

Blighty II., ITonyhnhmn 
(!. Patriot, SeaMimic, But. Boy 
Hi llringer, St. Paul, PepperScuce 
N'p-tide, Qiiccr’b, Katli.llnilau 
Sobrigade, F. Welshman, (J.Ftyle 
Es(}i:iin.nu. FroeStafe, Infidel II. 
Jock Scot, S.-iOdle King, Gem 
I’ansy, Phalaris, L’EiiJoleur 
Tufter, Pickwick, ScotehVenllet 
Penelope, J.Seot, Flibbertygib’l 
Sam. Kelly. Pickwick, Jock Scot 
C. Demon, L.Brightun, GenieW. 
T’derelap, Krewer, Ditnmesdalc 
Dry Moon, Banksia, Queereek 
J.P. Junes, Seotl’dlTet, Dartmoor 
Curr’tEvcuts, Tbeotlusia, AUUro 



KuTTIKINS, ch. f, 4 110 

(Trai;-!er. K. KcDa;:iel. Owner, J. E. L. 
! 6(916 W’dbine lm"0yl:i4 fast 1 HO 
j«!1711 I-im!l"o 1 l:4J7f,slow 3 110 

1CI I27 H.detl’ce lm76y l;44%fast 5 HO 

1 61.359 H.deG'ce ]m70y]:45 fast 12 107 

55686 Bowie 7-8 1:28 slow 5 102 6 6 

58542 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:461kfa.st 20 98 1 1 

38456 Pimlico 1 1-4 2:128imud 21 101 4 6 

•80,34 L,aurel 1 1-4 2:04*/ifast 29 105 4 6 

>7974 I.aurei 1 l:40®ifast 6 105 3 4 

•7718 Ijiurel 11:40 fast 8 106 3 3 

0637 W’dblne 1 l;40%fast 4 104 3 1 

1 BASTILLE, ch. c, 4 107 

(Trainer, H. ItcDaniol. Owner, J. K. L. 
! (I236S B.P.’nnets 1 1:40 fast 4-6 109 

; 58473 Pimlico ll:€3%hvy 5i 93 3 3 

! 5S394 Laurel 1 1-8 1 :51?4fast 33-10 103 6 6 
: ..8100 Laurel 1 l;40V.fast 37-10 105 4 3 

I 58‘j 07 Laurel 1 l:39-3tfa.st 3 102 4 3 

I 37869 Laurel 1 l:41Hfast 31 108 3 4 

>7719 I.aurel 3-4 l:12%fast 6 104 4 



By Star Shoot— Fa 

Boss). 

4 3 3'J 1* C Turner 4 

6 3 4* 4»| C Lang G 

1 2 1* 1* C Turner 5 

3 1 1* 1' C Turner 7 

4 4 11 1»» C lAng 7 

3 3 4' 4* E Harb’na 7 

6 6 6 6>i C I,ang G 

6 7 7* 5®1 C 1-ang 8 

4 8 Si 2* J Callahan C 

3 3 4 3* J Callahan 4 

1 1 1» 1* A CUver 4 



Icon, by Ogdon. 

jr. Orange, P.rill.. Tester. Dresden 
Relay, Bridesman, Capt. Alcock 
Polly Ann, Dres<len, Sail. Along 
Dresden, By Jitiiiuy, Pieiiide 
ByJiminy, Ar.^ftlold, ImaFrank 
TJghtUose, Scotl’dYet. Knbid'ni 
B. Homme, D.Horse, Cop. Demon 
Cop. Demon, C.Tiiierrj, i'uI.Aun 
i Liiiiettu, Rubidium, Bromelia 
: PoIlyAnn, Rubidium, ByJlmlny 
MyDear, laiflyMeave, Bromeltm 



By Voter — Oppression, by St. Serf, 

Ross). 

7 2 2J 16 C Turner 8 Lady Meave, nermn. Fair Gain 

2 2 I'J 276 C Lang (i B.Buek, 'rhund’clap, nie.^Krcher 

6 6 6 5*J C I^arg « BygoneDays, D:ima..>k, B’g.iBuck 

3 4 2* 1“* C Lang G Dres<lpn. Minute Man. Slip. Elm 

3 2 2' 2J C Lang G llin.ll.-.n, Slip.Eliii, Bridesman 

2'i 2‘i L Penman 0 Bridesman, Jeg. Biiiiga Buck 

6 4''} J Callahan 6 C.u’theRoost, Wellf’der, TheBoy 



tDisqualifled. 



(RISH DREAM, b. g, 5 103 

(Trainer, A. Swinke. Owner, A. Swlnke), 
C2MG B.B’nnets 3-4 1:13 fast 13 M)S 1 2 

6137.3 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:12'/fast 4 108 I.«ft 

Cl 328 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:14^mud 10 M(7 2 3 

fill 31 Bowie 3-4 i;13'ifast 8 116 1 4 

SC592 F G’nds 3-4 1:15 hvy 18-5 113 1 11 

6«168 F.G’nds 3-4 l:12»iifast 5 112 6 3 3 

>9374 F.G’nda 3-4 l;12«4fa3t 4-5 104 4 S3 

79308 Jefrson 3-4 l;12%faet 7-10 106i 1 2 1 

•9156 Jeff’son 3-4 l:13)tgood 3-2 108 3 2 2 

79004 Jeff’son ImTOy l;44)ifast 3 107 i 1 1 S 

-78694 Bowie ImTOy 1:49 slop 39-10 106 4 2 1 1 

iS«;8 Bowie 1 1-16 l;514thvy 23-10 113 3 1 2 2 

i8«59 Bowie 1 1-lG l:51Hhvy 22-5 114 2 1 1 1 

78544 Pimlico 1 1 ;40 fast 23-10 108 6 4 1 1 

PARISIAN DIAMOND, ch. h, 5 100 

(Trainer, W. H. Bringloe. Owner, Seagitim 8 
02405 B.B’nnets 1 1:42 hvy 6 106 4 2 

61248 Conn'ght 1 1-16 l:47%fast 8 104 1 3 

C2016 'VV’dbine 1 1-16 l:49-’Vslop 6 107 2 2 

61712 Pimlico 1 1:42 slow 18 124 1 7 

61651 I^mllco 1 1-16 l;44%fart 10 1071 3 3 

61449 I’imlico i l:39?fefast 38 100 * 4 4 

67954 K’worth ImTOy l:52«ihvy 9 99 6 1 1 2 



BUTCHER BOT, ch. g, 7 143 By Hurst Park — Lady Charles, by Pirate of Pen* 

(Trainer, S. Veitch. Owner, C. K. Harriaoa. Jr. 1. rince. 



62104 B.B’nnels Ab 2 4;09^.hvy 17-5 149 4 

<;2’24G Conn’ght 2 3:50"6mud 19-10 114 5 

€‘2138 Conn’ght Ab 2 3:55"if:'.st 13-10 117 2 

€2048 V.oodbine Ab 2 4:07 fast 13 157 4 

<1916 W’dblno Ab 2 4:C5'S,fast 3~-5 119 1 

r.1379 Pimlico 2 4:02%fa:=t 9 HO 7 

(1169 Pimlico 2 3.55%fast 3S 142 2 

6!.;!'J H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:06%fast 15 l;>9 5 

6iS26 H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:27 m'.id 5 145 6 

65231 Conn’ht Ab 2 3.52 fast 7 135 1 4 2 

t;.-27 n.Bon’ts Ab 2 4:05%fast 19-5 147 2 2 2 

tl"-i6 B.Bon’ts Ab 2 4:17%slop 27-10 138 3 2 2 
t!717 B.Pon’ls Ab 2 4 :10”:ifasl H-5 115 5 4 2 

UitV W’dbine Ab 2 4 :lHigood 5 152 4 3 1 

BRIZZ, b. g, 9 (li) 143 



4 4 4*® S VeiUh Jr 0 Perkiomen, Fair M.ic, .Mgardi 

1 li 1* S Veitch Jr 6 MeCorburn, Algardi, Bellringer 

8 2‘® 2* H Willi’ras 4 .Mgardi, MeCorbnrn. War Togs 

4 4 4 0 Diatn’nd .% Houyhnlinin, G. Patriot, S. Mimic 

1 2* 2* B Haynes 8 Perkiomen. Gr'kPatriot. Algardi 

2 4-® 4" C Pinkney 7 InfidelH., Rmithf’d, K’nUarlan 

Fell. B Haynes 8 I>cMaiso’n, Infidel II., I’erk’men 

Lost rlderB H,aynes 10 Esqaitnau. FreeState, Infidel II. 
2 4'®H*® B Haynes 9 Lucky Find, Free State, St. Paul 

2 6'® 4*' S Veitch Jr 6 Bencher, War Togs, Redstart 

3 8^* 3*‘ M O'Con’r 5 K’g'Ferry, Cand.II., MiutonChina 

3 3 3 M O’Con’r ,S Bencher, Ruumangha 

L. rider. M O’Con’r 5 Lytle. Candidate II.. Rmlthficld 
1 IJ 1*4 M O’Coa’r 7 B'mangba, W.Togs, W’luninater 



(’i'raicer, G. P. Sherman. Owner, L. F. Sherman). 



By Peter Fan — Attelle, by The Commoner. 



By The Curragh — Trance, by Ben Bru?h. 



6137.3 H.deG’ce 3 

61328 H.deG’ce 3 

61131 Bowie 3- 

SC592 F G’nds 3-4 1 
6«168 F.G’nds 3-4 1 
>9374 F.G’nds 3-4 1 
79308 Jefrson 3-4 1 
79156 Jeff’son 3-4 1 
790t'4 Jeff’son ImTOy 1 
-78694 Bowie ImTOy 1 
iSSLS Bowie 1 1-16 1 
>8839 Bowie 1 1-lG 1 
>8544 Pimlico 1 1 



6248.5 B.B’iineuj Ab 2 4:15-'h.hvy 



6l!l3i Havana 
C09i{l Havana 
e 6tl Havana 
G-'dS.O Havana 
6'"59 Havana 
6>'>'G1 Havana 
r.'.>C17 Havana 
69440 Havana 

4th RACE 



.3-4 l:11%f;tst 
3-4 l:lD*4good 
3-4 l:15*sfast 20 
3-4 l:17ttslop 20 
H f l:0S“ifast 20 
3-4 l:13%faet 12 
E4 f 1 ;07%fast 15 
5i f l:06^fast 6 



16 147 3 4 Borgan 6 Courteous, St. Paul, By Heck 

6 115 7 4 6' 8" I Fletcher 9 T.Belg’nll.. PrimitlTe, Uthol’k 
15 115 7 7 7'i 6*J I Fletcher 12 D.Fairbanks, JessicaF., Bygone 
115 1 10 9 74 7®j I FletcherlO Sevillian, Wrecklcss, Falrl^assle 

115 2 10 9 10“ 9'® J Simmonsll Mary Erb, Balfour, Sir Adsum 

HO 8 6 6 5* 8*4 I Fletcher 11 Catoetin, Ladylvan, ITimltlve 

110 1 7 9 Br* 9** I Fletcher 11 Hainan, Wrcckless, Norma J. 

114 10 M M M 10** I Fletcher 10 Kildarrltoy, Uaran, UMlnero 

114 7 I 7 9* 9“ 1 Fletcher 10 War Map, Memphla. Maysrllle 



U-4 .llilf. 



U-year-oldn and upwiurd. 
— 105.) 



Claiming;. (Sept. 4, 191C 



KESSINES, b. g. 4 110 

(Trainer. H. McDaniel. Owner, J. K. L. Rost). 



By Garry Herrmann — Messalina, by Oicaro. 



02405 B.B’nnets 1 1:42 hvy 
62248 Conn'ght 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
62016 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:49-\alop 
61712 Pimlico 1 1:42 slow 

61651 I^mllco 1 1-16 l:44%fart 
61449 I’imlico i l:39%fast 

67954 K’worth ImTOy l:52«ihvy 9 
67604 W’dbine 2 1-4 3:55 good 21 
67502 W’dblno 1 1-2 2:35 fast 9 
56773 B.Bon’ts 1 l:3S>',4fast 6 
56645 Dorval 1 l:39Vkfast 17 

56846 K’worth ImTOy l:43)ifaBt 23 

HERRON, b. h, f 

((Trainer, A. L. Daly. Owner, 
62487 B.B’nnets 1 1:45 hvy 

62360 B.B'nnets 1 1:40 fast 

62091 MCRoyal 3-4 l:14)(dra.st 

61990 Mt.Royai 3-4 1:14 List 

61637 M’neuve Ab 3-4 l:23)igood 
60955 Havana 1 1-16 l:46^ast 
60015 Havana 1 l:41)^ow 

6C832 Havana 1 1-8 l:51)^ast 6 



G236S B.B’nnets 
< 198‘i Woodbine 
61739 Pimlico 
61C86 1‘imlico 
(H583 Pimlico 
61432 H.deG’ce 
58:’5>5 Laurel 
68207 Laurel 
Laurel 

iTG'O W'dbine 



54 f l:U6«>ifast 1 114 6 
3-4 l :12)fcfa.st 7 114 7 

3-4 1:11 Vast 7 109 1 

3-4 1 :ll<<i7ast 1 106 2 

3-4 l:12-‘5fast 25-10 123 6 

3-4 1 :12 ,»fast 145 ItS 2 



3-4 l:13i;fast 7 97 

3-4 1 :13'/fcfast 14-5 93 
3-4 l:12%fast 6 98 

3-4 l:l3)tgo 0(117-10 107 



6TiC9 W’dbine ImTOy 1 :45%fast 29-10 S6 3 2 2 1 

56351 B.Bon’ts 5i f 1 :06*tfa.st 1 101 6 4 1 

r6-':63 Sar’toga 3-4 1:12 fa.st 5 108 7 4 4 

56CCS Sar’toga S-4 l:ll)>.fkst 6 UO 2 2 2 

KANOEVRE, ch. g. 6 112 

(Traiuer, H. Ools. Owner, Riverdale Stable), 
6t<582 F.G nds 1 l:42»ihvy 4-5 107 4 2 2 1 

69-02 F.G’nOs 1 l;4ol^.hvy 7-6 106 3 1 1 1 

£8952 .Jeff’ Son 3-4 l:17{imud 1 105 3 3 2 

£.8875 Teffson 3-4 l:l8%hvy 4 lOS 6 4 2 

te-t-' 4 Windsor 8-4 1 ;16H,mud 19-PJ 109 8 IE 

56325 Ft. Erie 3-4 l:13<ieood 12 lOS 7 7 7 

651(5 Conn’ht ImTOy l:45Vifast 11-10 109 8 8 6 

BULLET PROOF, b. g, 6 113 



4* 2' C Turner 11 Camooflage, KnotGrasa, Actress 
8“ C 'Turner 12 Carm’dale, Si>n»eBaby, Bui. Proof 
4* 5*i C Turner 7 Star Je.iter, Reprisal, Super 

3* 3* C I.,ang 4 Super, KouUedge, June Fly 

2'i 2'i C Turner 10 Superlative, N.ltaiiler, Cromwell 

1«» c Lang 5 Mercury, My Piny, Wellfinder 
3’ S'J C Lang 7 Cann’dale, Min. Man, S.Ligbtly 

3* 3*4 C Lang 6 Carmaudulc, Ararat, Keltie 

S* 4’i C Lang 6 Careful, Caligula, Ararat 

3® 3'i A Claver G Oriole, Some Baby, Snlah F. 

li 4* E Harb’ne 8 IrlsbJig, GoldenSpbere, Incog 
3* l*i .A Claver 7 LastOne, Bremelia, 0^1’nBelle 

2* 2'4 L Fator 9 'Tryster, Polytliia, 8t. Michael 

2*i 2'i L Fator 7 Repriaal. StepLighUy, Dartmem 

By Sweeper — Herodia, by 

I'i I'i L McD’ott 4 Slippery Elm. Rep, Barracuda 



MAYOR HOUSE, br. h, 6 96 

(Trainer, Q, P. Sherman. Owner, G. P 



63565 B.B’nnets 
62443 B_B’nnets 
62363 B.B'nnets 
61713 Pimlico 
61584 Pimlico 
01425 H.dcG’co 
61054 Havana 
01037 Havana 
40712 Havana E 



s 3-4 l:14%fast 
a 7-8 l:27%fast 
a 5i f l:06)kfast 
1 1:42 alow 
34 1:14 fast 
I 3-4 l:13)ifast 
1 1-18 l:49%slop 
3-4 l:12yifast 
5i f IHW^fast 6 



SOO08 Havana 1 l:t5»thvy 8-6 106 3 2 
80C14 Havana 1 1-8 1:58 hvy 3 106 I 1 



13 M)S i 2 4' 6' H Gregory 6 Champain. Hildnr. Bullet Proof 

4 108 I.^ft at post. R Rice 7 Mainmast, Broomster, llildor 

10 RW 2 3 3"^ I'i R Rice 6 De.xterous, MI.sionary, .Min. Man 

8 116 1 4 6'5 4«J R Rice S Exodus, W’llfindor, K oftheH’et 

^ I'J 1* H J Burke 5 Hadrian, Serapis, T.d’Hoiincur 

112 6 3 3 3i 2* C Ponce 8 C’tinicter, Mavo'n’n, B. Paradise 

1^ ^ 3 2 I* I'i C Ponce 6 ElmerK.. LuckyB., Ilol>eyBrker 

1 2 1 1* 1® C Ponce 6 Valor, Risingltock, .\. .Alexander 

108 3 2 2 2J 2»* C Ponce 4 Marvin M.ay, Valor. ItotUeration 

107 ill 3 3“* 4* F C*ltilettl 8 Thimble, GrayGables, Blar. Stone 

108 4 2 1 1 2i S' C Ponce 4 Devastat’n, Pns.Sw.aiu, Quecr’k 

113 2 1 2 2 2® 2* A Johnson 7 Hub. Baker. Fairway, CleauGone 

114 2 11 1 1* 24 A Johnson 7 K.’sChamp’n. S’nyl’d, (’r.o’Da'n 

108 6 4 1 1 1* 1* L McAtee 6 Pas. Swain. TbeLamb. SirenMald 

1®® By Louvois — Gem Gem, by Best Man er Queen’i 

ler, Seagram Stable). Birthday. 

6 106 4 2 2*> 4®J P Walls 4 Planet, Mercutio, Rubidium 

8 194 1 3 8'® 3®i W Bog’ ski 4 Vowcll, ISab.v Grand, Norai* 

6 107 2 2 2' 2® J McTag t G Bab.vC.rand, Mercutio. Eleanor S. 

18 124 1 7 7*^6® C Th'pson 8 Kl’gCloud, Exciiselle, N’tRaider 

E 107} 3 3 4'* 4’J C Th’pson G H< [liiaistus, .Spanish Maize, Hea 

aa <4 6® 4* H Thomas (> M.ainm’t. BabyC.rand, Sedgeficid 

^ 1 2 4i 4"i J H’tamer 0 Star Realm, Dayl.illy, CourtFool 

^ 6 2 2 2 2“>‘ 4‘3 II Thurber 7 Ix>uis, Coaler. Boniface 

^ i * * * ^ ® B’wer 6 Louis, Coaler, King’s Cliamplen 

^ 3 2 2 I Si 4*J C Lang 5 BubyGrand, StarKealm. BettyJ. 

98 8 4 4 4 3' I"* J Rowan 6 I,ad’slx>ve, N. Raider, W. Haven 

108 4 4 6 5 6 6'® C Laing C Dodge, King Thrush, Beatboff 

1®® By Horron — ^Mitzlo, by Eilkerran. 

Havana Stable), 

^ 100 3 2 3* 3* A McL’lin 4 The Limb. Fair Gain, Mode 

^ ^ * ^‘1 2’i d Wallaco 8 Bastille, I*ad.v Meave, PairGain 

® d*i W Bog’ski 9 ilum. Jumbo, Chasseur, Rovallieu 

^ P CTilav’ta 5 Sm’tGny, Camouflage, Biliyl.ana 

1* W Hinphy 4 Forge -Ahead, Jacobean, Navisco 

34 106 1 3 2”* 1* A McL’hlln 5 EleanorS., Frank W.. Sea Prince 

6 7 6* 4»i J Maiben 7 Rebuke, Petrarch, The I,eopard 

110 3 6 6 7 7 6'* T Nolan 7 Dr.Clark, Sea I’rince, LleweUyn 

_ ®5 By Hanbridge — Helma S., by Cesarion. 

er, G. P. Sherman). 

« Hi ^ 2 7' 6*} I Fletcher 14 Hidden Jewel, Rolo, Trantnla 

9 4 6 6' 4'3 I Fletcher 9 LLoraine, F.- Boodle, Tan Son 

K 112 4 9 8' 8'® I Fletcher 11 Camounage. Messiues, K’lGniss 

« Hi: J i H ^ Fletcher 11 TcddyR., Clean Gone. Cl.insman 

Hi • * 6* >.4 I Fletcher 11 Bromelia, EtUhe, Bountiful 

c Hi" V 2 ^ SimmonslG HiddenJewel, Runquoi, L.B.Sh’p 

o i \ 2i 5*4 1 Fletcher 7 Approval, Tony Beau. Hainan 

® T • f ^ Josiah 6 LastOie, Guv’iior. .Ararat 

~® * . t * 3' 3*i I Fletcher 6 End Man, Last One, B. Uackln 

2 2 2 2 2' 2® F Hunt 6 Frank W. Hutchison, Tieaeey 



21 98 1 

6 117 
21-6 118 
3-4 US 

34 106 1 
2 106 6 
UO 3 6 6 



6 112 
9 109 
23 112 
44 112 
16 U3 
6f 112 
6 U3 
8 1C6 
UO 2 



2' 2® F Hunt 6 Frank W. Hutchison, Tieaeey 

I’i 6»* 1 Fletcher 7 FrankW., G. Menoeal, S.lThicn 



6th RACE 



I Mll^. R-year-ol<lsi aiid upward. 
1:37 -1-5 3 107.) 



(June 7, IDll— . 



I’i 1* J McCoy 7 BukeJohn, Neddam, Blar’yStonc 
2‘i I'i J McCoy 8 Tody, Hobey Baker 
2* 1* L McD’ott 6 SeaCove, Bal’ce Wheel, Wreckm 
4‘i 1* L McD’ott 8 Ragazsa, Bap. Stride, T.DecislOB 
7 7*i L McD’ott 7 £ulah F., Kuklax, Smart Guy 

4' 4* H Thurber 7 Chasseur, Madge F., Tantalus 



iTraiirer, J. J, 


Dutggan. Owner, T. 


J. Conway) 




6241(5 


B.15’nnet.s 


0-4 1:13 fa. St 


20 


103 


6 


6 


6 8} L 


€2360 


B.B’nnets 


1 1:40 fa.st 


10 


1£1> 


4 


8 


3'i 6' J 


(Vi2ZO 


Th’cliffe ImTOy Ll.l'afa.st 


31-10 


112 






3»i F 


(3172 


Th’ncliffe 


S-4 LlO'^ifast 


1 


112 






Z-i G 


€304 7 


Woodbine 


3-4 l:12?ifast 


14 


119 


7 


4 


2' 2| G 


C19S3 


AVoodbine 


3-4 l;UN„fdSt 


8f 


107 


6 


4 


S* 8*i J 


€ 1 7 1 7 


M. Ileighta 


7-5 1:26 fast 


7-10 


111 






8* J 


C 16’i9 


M.Hei.ghls 


2-4 1:1! good 


6-6 


U8 






1' F 


€ 1 .5 1 -> 


Lex' ton 


3-4 l:15®£mud 


5 


115 


4 


1 


li 2'i J 


€1 137 


I.,ex’tcn 


3-4 1 :ll',;.good 


40 


lU 


8 


8 


8'® 7'® T 


€1061 


Tijuana 


5t f 1 ;06*t,fast 


9 


U8 


7 


5 


4»i 4® C 


6’.'SK5 Tijuana Si 


f 1 :CS%sIop 13-10 121 


8 


S 


4 


2'i 2'i T 


5ES16 Tijuana 54 f 1:07 fast 2| 


120 


S 


8 


8 


5* 4*4 T 



MAY ROBERTS, ch. m, 6 107 

(Trainer, W, J, Sh^har!, Owner, W. Newman), 
62528 B.B'nnets 1 l;4.’5%good 8 107 4 2 

62413 B.B’nnets 1 1:42 fast 8f 196 7 1 

61509 Pimlico 1 l;43%mud Sf 112 7 7 

58593 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:534thvy 31-10 112 6 4 2 1 

58509 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:51>igood 9 110 3 8 8 1 ; 

6S319 Empire Ab 3-4 l:U?tfast 10 U8 I 7 7 

57568 AV’dblne 1 1-4 2:12Shvy 54 106 3 4 4 4 

57436 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:48%faat 6f 105 9 7 6 6 



^ By Master Robert — Rose Prim, by Petomao. 

^ t 9 Weary, .Alma 'Wasser. Natural 

la 4 A J Mcfag H4 Jj. Ammie, I*oace l*ul, Stauncli 

9'4 9“ J Mooney 12 Sister Flo, Laughter, Antilles 

1* 1* C Bore! G Trader. Sparkling, Tlie .MacNab 

^ Borel H Ailliro, Jlay Girl, A’esiivius 
4 3 i C Borel 8 Rhinestone, Trader, Burley 

7 7“ S Boyle 7 MormonFlder, AlraaB., LuayLon 

7' 9*® S Boyle 10 GoI.Dawn. Deckmale. I-'it.vTxh> 



riniiico 1 i-n i:oo'»iavy ji-iu 112 «> A a 1 l» l» c Borel G Trader Snarklin" Tlie MicNah 

58509 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:51%good 9 110 3 I 8 1 2= 2® C Borel 8 AUUm Ma^ ( irf Vesuvius 

6S319 Empire Ab 3-4 l:U?tfast 10 U8 I 7 7 4* 3*i C Borel 8 R ingtone Trailer 

57568 A\rdbhie 1 1-4 2:12Shvy 54 106 2 4 4 4 7 7“ S Bovie 7 M(>ri^nFlder Alra^ 

57436 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:48%fast 6f 105 9 7 6 6 7' 9*® S BoVle 10 Gol D^n Deckmrt^’ I 

57102 W’dbine 1 1-16 1:48 fast 16f U2 B) 8 10 U 10* 10'* W Kelsa, 11 MadgeF . Joan oLArit JrSnd 

WAKEFIELD, b. g, 4 111 By Oliver Goldsmith — Huna, by John o’Gaunt. 



65172 Church’! 3-4 1;llSfast 6 
AUNTIE KAY, ch. f. 4 



105 9 10 

103 



(Trainer, C. T. Wortlunston. 
C23C6 B.B’nne'-s 11:40 fast 

62’25.> Th’ciiffe lin/Oy 1:1.1 fa.st 

€2117 'Ih’iicliffe 1 l:3oSf;ust 

G1950 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:4C'/ifost 

(<1490 Lex’ton 3-4 1 :1."'’smu'l 
6C12S F.G’nd.s 3 4 LlJAsfust 6 
F.G’nds lir.TOy 1 :447r.fast 15 
£9391 F.G’nds 3-4 l;lS’/ih\y 15 
CARETAKER, b. f. 3 

(Tra'ner, Vf. Irvine. Owner, 
€2M3 B.Dmucts 7-8 l:27-'<ifast 

€2362 B.B’nnets 5i f l.OV'i.faat 

€2139 Conn’ght 3-1 I :i:j'''tfast 

fiir.50 Piinlko 1 1-10 1:47 fa.st 

€1448 Pini’.ico 3-tl:ll%fa»t 

€1119 H.deG’ce ImTOy l:46%fast 

€I.’'.t'3 H.dt-G’ce 3-4 l:13',£faat 
€1230 H.deG’ce 5} f l;C9^hvy 



Wortlunston. Owner, C. T. Worthington). 



8 Murray, Reliability, K. Rankin 



2'4 2'i T Murray 8 MolorCop, SisterSosie, Furbelow 
5* 4“4 T Murray 8 Fuvbeiow, Slater Snsle. Sedan 
8® 8'® J Kederis 11 Centimeter, Bstero. J.S. Reardon 
By Uncle — May Hempstead, by Patron. 



(Trainer, W. H. Bringloe. Owner, Seagram Stable). 



11 102 

r.4 7 



Irvine. Owner, E. F. Whitney). 
7-8 l:27-'<ifast 18-6 l</7 2 1 1 

5i f l.OV'i.faat 13 6 103 2 7 6 

3-1 I:PFifa.st 13-10 109 2 2 2 

1 1-10 1:47 fa.st 9-5 113 2 2 6 

3-4 l:ll%fa»t 11 107 2 2 2 

ImTOy l:46%fast 13 lOS 6 2 3 

3-4 l:13',£faat 7 107 1 4 4 



5i'T91 Bowie 
656T3 Pltnllco 
4S4S4 Pimlico 51 f 1 :ld*thvy 23-10 lo9 1 1 

ESHl Pimlico 3-4 l:14;isIop 21 109 1 4 

6S>4 Laurel 61 f l:07*},fost 9 ICO} 2 1 

SiOSl Laurel 3-4 l;13‘ifaat 7 113 4 4 

MADELINE LILLIAN, ch. f. 4 1C3 

•f I’oraicri J ran ua I’eUiala. 

(Trainer, H. Lipps. Owner, J. E. Dunn). 



7-8 1:23); slop 31-10 111 2 1 
3-4 l:L5®ihvy 3 109 2 



C2327 D.B nnuls 3-4 1 

C2281 Th’nclifto 3-4 1 

€2501 Th’ncliffd 3-4 1 

€138:. Pimlico 3-4 1 

€1-133 Pimlico 3-4 1 

626i)2 F (I’nds 1-4 1:13 

5.’415 F.G’nds 7-8 1:26? 

622:.l F.G’nds 8-4 1:16) 

£2:55 Jef’son 6) f 1 :06’< 
6211G Jc-rson 3-4 1:14) 

:>2Cb! Jef’.son 34 1:11 

61825 Jef’son 34 1:1S 

GRAY GABLES, b. g. 6 

(Tiaiuer, W. Dcriian 



s 3-4 l:15?igood 27-10 112 

3 3-4 l;]l®,iifust 27 110 

i 3-4 l:13%fast 63 109 

3-4 l:12V„f.iSt 37 122 

3-4 l:llAsfast 78 lOS 

1-4 1:13 fa.it 15 110 6 

7- 8 l:26?tfast 8 107 6 8 

8- 4 1:16). hvy 3 110 1 

6J f 1 :06Hfast 5 113 1 



8-4 1:16). hvy 3 110 1 

i f 1 :06Hfast 5 113 1 

3-4 l UVsfast 10 IW 1 

34 1:11 fast 18-5 107 1 

34 1:1S mud 3 U1 6 



107 

Ovaer, W. Dumca). 



6232T B.B’nnets 3-4 l:lC?*.good 26 106 6 

612C0 Eowia 7-8 l:l’9',vnud 35 1<» 5 

€1130 Bowie 11:43 fast 1-5 lOS 4 

€1100 Bowie 7-8 1 :;»?'tmu.l 45 10S 6 

t'liSl F G’nd.s 1 1-4 2:09%hvy 8 107 4 3 3 

6I.2S4 F.G inls 11-3 1:57 hvy 7-10 112 2 2 2 

60507 F.G’nds 1 l-U l:19?£hvy 16-5 107 4 3 3 

6-312 F.G nds 11-16 1:17 fast 13-5 113 3 3 4 



OKiO F.G’rids 
€'8.15 F.G’nds 



1 1-4 2:'j»\.hvy 11-5 MS 8 3 8 



1' 6*! H E Jones 8 Bastille, Lady Meave, Herron 
6-S H E Jones 8 Star Jester, Lunetta, Planet 
3® D Stirling 9 lametta, Enlah F., Eleanor S. 

6* 5'® H E Jones 7 Servitor, Tantalus, Super 
I'i 1* H E Jones 8 Cii. Henry, Rap.Stride, JJS.R'doa 
7* 7‘i C DishmonlO B’ghtLights, R’ingRock, T’palr 
6'4 4'® C Dlsiunon 7 Translate, Balgneur, BallotMark 
6'* 4'® C DLshmon 8 Sagamore, Col. Taylor, Grayaou 
By Sweep— Pliant, by The Commoner. 

I. 

14 6»s J McTa.g’t 9 L.Loraino, F. -Boodle, Tan Son 
6'4 1® J Wallace 0 V. Ch’rman, C-J-Cralgmile, Rolo 
2' 3 i T Par'gton G Chloiis, Xangrado, Quauah 
ei 6'* J Rowan 7 Din.ihm’r, Mar.v. Belle, »I.BU>s’m 
24 0® J Rowan 6 Champlain, Oil blau. Prodigious 
3i 2’ J Rowan 7 GraceMiiyers, Prelude, Roulette 
4’i 1*S B Mari'elil 7 Brainstorm, Bigheart, My Play 
1* 2* J Rowan 7 Luckyllour. L.Effort, Brainst’u 
2® 1® C Lang « Hephahstos, Plucky, Yashmak 
1* li J Rowan G Bit o’ Black, Picnic, Trevelyan 
1' 3'4 J Rowan 7 Prelude. Roulette, Bountiful 
84 2* J Rowan 10 GoodTimes, St. Henry, Yank. Star 
4' S*1 B Taylor 10 AlexU., Good Times. Dltimats 
6 6*i J Butwell C Elemental, Opperm’n, Yan.Staz 

By Runny mode — Napa Girl, by Solitaire IL 



2> 3® W War’t'n 6 V. -Ch’rman, Min. Man, Redstone 

7* N Foclen 11 LastOne, Champlain, Cr.o’Dawn 

2*4 H Myers 8 Champlain, CItimata, Despair 

84 8’J F Keogh 10 Superlative, Mesaines, N’tRaider 

6'4 6'* G Walla 7 Hlldur, Polly Ann, Caligula 

7'4 6®J II King 9 MasterJack, Uuntaf, WhltiStar 

6!> 6'' L McAtee 8 B.ChiKk, Botheration, Ix>velli:eei 
I'i I'i L McAtee 8 J.'sUmiua, W’gwood, Loveliness 

4® 4’i L McAtee 7 Mavonrneen. Br. Check, Tan Son 

8® 3'4 L McAtee 6 Parader, Poly this, Tharoti 

S'i 3®4 L Mc.Atee 7 Polythia, Bungs Buck, Ace 

44 4'* M Buxton 8 WhitoStar. P-iiDgaBuck, Paradra 

By Ascagai — Busy Lady, by Meddler. 

6 6'® L Coney 6 V.-C-h’man, Min. Man, M’llnel.il’n 

6' 6®J L Coney 6 Slip. Elm, laicky B., D.Dcadeye 

2* 3*i T Nolan 5 Incog, OnrBirthday, G.deCauso 
8 7*3 T Nolan 8 Bung.illui-k, Blip. Elm, Lunetta 

8'4 4*i T Nolan 8 Bun. Buck, U. Verde, S.ofPl'sure 

I'i 1' M Garner 7 G. de Cause, Tanbilua, Attorney 

4* 4® E Amhr’se 6 B. Stone, W.vnnew’d, I’ast.Bwuin 

3>> 3* M Gamer 7 Brotherly Ixive, Padua, Joaiiuina 



€2308 Conn’ght 1 1-16 l;49’/iSlow 2 103 8 8 

€2250 Conn’ght 1 1-16 l:19?£mud 17-6 99 4 4 

6214‘3 Conn’ght 1 1-16 l:47?tfast 14 110 4 3 

62018 Woodbine 1 1-8 l:56?4slop 14 107 1 4 

61949 W’dbine 1 1-16 1:19 fast 60 110 6 8 

01580 Pimlico 1 1-8 l:53)£fast 121 113 5 6 

61400 H.deG’ce lm70y 1:16 fast 66 111 13 12 

67966 K’worth 1 1-16 l:57?xhvy 14 100 6 3 8 1 

67102 W’dbine 1 1-16 1:13 fast 18 91 11 11 8 7 

mil Con’ght 1 1-16 l:17%good 12 98 6 4 4 ( 

67D19 Conn’ht ImTOy l:45%fast 29-10 104 4 3 8 5 

66868 B.Bon’U 1 l:.39Vtfa3t 6 100 1 2 2 2 

56681 Dorval ]jn70>- l:41’Afast 54 101 8 5 2 2 

SeSA Ft. Erie ImTOy l:14Hfast 15 103 4 4 4 5 

HARRY M. STEYENS, ch. g. 6 107 

(Trainer, G. K. Allen. Owner, 6, K. Allen). 
62274 Conn’ght ImTOy l:17)£fast 21-6 109 3 3 

621S8 Conn'ght 1 1-8 l:55%faat 6 105 5 8 

; 62028 Mt.Royal 1 1-8 l:5£)£fast 11 111 

61781 M. Heights 1 1-8 1:54 fast 19-10 106 



16175.3 M. Heights 1 l;39?i£ast 6 105 
1 61065 M.Il’ghts ImTOy 1:45 good 21-6 107 
1 60700 Havana lm.50y 1:44 fast 10 112 1 8 8 
j 60645 Havana InaeOy 1:46 fast 4 110 4 9 1 

PEACE PAL. ch. c, 3 94 



(Trains, C. E. Patterson. Owner, C. E. Patterson). 



z 103 8 8 2* 1* P Walls € C.ivalier, T.P’Ingiiesp, M J. Baker 

if f i H H I’aiilaV., M.J. Baker. Spe’larGirl 

14 no 4 3 4' 1* C Th pson S Gath, Trickster II., Duke Ruff 

14 107 1 4 0* 6'® J McTag t 7 .®iinarty. Austral. Rouen 

W 116 6 8 7* 7‘* J McTag t 10 Fliisey. .Solid Rock, Fixer 

4J4 VO -so y ? ^ ^ '1'h’pson 8 Sea Tirate, King John, Fnirway 

H H ?3 c Th’pson 13 Episode, Fliizoy, tVid. Bedotte 
if 1? f i H DolIyC., r.F.McMfilion. ’I'.Desert 

1 H ; J ® S-i C Lang 11 MadgeF., Joan •jf.Vre, GiiK*aland 

^ . - * 6'* W Bog’ski (1 Lad’s Ixne. Dukellu/T. \V >odbine 

H 4 3 8 s 4' 6*J C Lang 6 Daruley, MadgeF., M’rmouElUer 

»122 2 4 4»C Lang 4 Bastille, Betty J., I’jidiia 

d 8 6 2 2 2i I'i J Row-an 8 M. Garner, IloraceI>*reh, Ettahe 

® ■* * * ® 6 4®J C L.ang 5 Exhorter. Franklin. Jlorm. Elder 

107 By Superman — Rose Prim, by Potomac, 

r, K. Allen). 

-6 109 3 3 li 1* H Erlcks’n 9 AlPieroe, Plantarede, F Tierur 

6 105 6 8 4} 4® F W’dst’ck 7 Bxhorter, O.KalUifii!, Fireworth 

11 Ij^ 5® J Smith 9 MaryJ. Baker, KingTrojan, Zoie 

1® 106 7'® J Smith 9 Dcnatello, A. Soldier, Jackstraw 

6 106 J Smith 9 Tarasmn. T. .McGee. Siiort Stop 

■“ 167 2* J Smith S Satana, Nelle Yorke, Donatello 

2 1 8 8 7 I’ €®i J Chalmers 8 Blundel, Chimera, Gieai Hawk 

0 4 9 7 7 6* 6’i J Chalm’rslO Taraseon, Blondcl. Rlgodon 

94 By Dick Finnell — Ponce, by Midlothian. 



6 105 5 
11 111 



62443 B.B’nnets 1 1:12 fast 
€2090 Mt.Royal 5i t 1:09 fast 
61893 Mt.Royarim70y l;50)fcslow 



6 98 9 

5 106 
5 108 
2 106 4 
107 10 U 
110 14 U 
110 I 8 



Si f l:09’Asluw 14-5 U'6 C 



61534 Le.x’ton 8-4 l:18)fchvy 2 1< 
58070 Church’ 1 8-4 l:13?£fa8t 9f 107 10 

£8014 Camrch’l 8-4 l:13?4fa8t 31 110 14 

56487 Windsor 8-4 l:12?£faat 5 110 I 

56467 TYindsor 51 f l:09’/£sluw 14-5 U'6 C 

AL, ch. c, 3 9 

(Trainer, C. Reed. Owner, C. Reed). 
51518 H.deG’ce 5i f l:CSIifast 9 104 8 

57357 H.deG’ce 3-1 1 :16Vislow 33-10 103 8 
,':6722 D’shire 5} f 1 :07 fast 5 110 1 

56635 D’ shire 3-4 l:16<£mud 3-2 107 8 

56497 Windsor 5J f 1:07 fast 18 U5 1 

56403 Windsor 6i f 1:11 mud 19 106 U 

56322 Ft. Erie 5i f l:07?4good 19 97 6 

68302 Ft. Erie 6-8 l:041£hvy 4 USi 1 



4* 2' L Gregory 14 L Ammie. Staunch, M. RoberU 
I'i L Gregory 8 Bab. .North Wales, Silk Sox 
S'* C Frost 10 l4tzy Ix>u, Weary, Boiiihast 

3} 3* G Breun’g 9 M.irimba, Ala’datiiil, Stonewall 



5} f 1 :07 fast 5 110 

3-4 l:16<£mtid 3-2 107 

5J f 1:07 fast 18 U5 
6i f 1:11 mud 19 106 

5i f l:07?iguod 19 97 

6-8 l:041£hvy 4 USi 



GREAT HA'WK, h. f. 5 



By Brettenham — ^Ljmotte, by Fair Play. 

7* 8<| 1 bUetcher 12 Swifterieket, P.arriskane Orris 
7} 7® W Bog’skll2 High C., Baniskanc L.idy Z< us 
I'i 1* I Fletcher 9 Fedora. Grace.Mai crs. ElJa'smar 
3* 3* C Lang (1 Dclld Maid, B’ckl)(>cr, Si>*dRiver 
5* IJ W Lilley 12 Gaziiita, Fedora. Dis.solute 
11 9'* E Barnes 11 Peace Pal. Kv. Wliite. V. Colleen 

5* 3* J SimmonelO Chloii.s, Go La La. Moco 
2i 2i W Lilley 7 Overrun, Ferruin. NeHic T,emon 



(Trainer, W. A. CTawford. Owner. W. A. Crawford) 



By Great Britain — Hawkaora, by Hawkswick. 



62448 B.B’nnets 1 l.lSHfast 16 106 2 6 

62270 Conn’ght 3-4 LHXfast 12 107 4 6 

62219 Conn’ght 5i f l:07)ifast 12 108 2 8 

61050 Havana lm50y l:42®£fast 10 102 4 4 

01010 Havana 1 1-8 l:51Vc.good 5 98 6 2 

60876 Havana lm50y l:43?Kfa3t 4 lO'J 2 1 

60831 Havana 1 1-16 l:47?ifast 2 103 1 2 2 2 

•'«700 Havana ImTOy 1:11 fast 8 104 0 6 6 5 

60667 Havana 3-4 1:14 fast 15 106 7 7 7 

■>0460 Havana ImTOy l:49)t8low 1 104 1 4 6 7 

SAND MARK, b. m. 9 107 

(Trainer, B. Helnios. Owner, J. W. Healey). 



64,15 F.G’nds 1 1-8 2:01Vhvy 2 115 6 8 

£2919 F.O’nds 11-16 1:56 mud 12-5 U5i 2 2 

STTUS F.G’nda 1 1-16 l:.T0*imud 1-2 113 8 2 

£9701 F.G’nda ImTOy l;47VimuJ 1-2 107 1 2 



8'i 2>i E Pool 
1' 2» L Lyke 
1' 1* L Lyke 
li Ik E Pool 
I'® 1'* M Game? 



4 U’maud, Plctor, King’s C’mpiun 
6 Gourmand, Pictor, K.’sCbamp’n 
0 Who Cares, Lucky B., Day Lilly 
6 GourroaiiU, Tliaron, Attorney 
6 Z.d’Armee, T.V’geance, itoyal’c 



€2528 B.B’nneta 
62217 Conn'ght 
61463 I’tmlieo 
G1376 H.drG’co 
‘29867 Laurel 



1 l:4T%.good 
5i f l:07*fcf:ist 
1 1:40 fast 
1 1-4 2.07%fa.st 
1 l:<3’Vivy 



115 107 9 6 

IS 103 3 3 

179 lOi 7 7 

18f 104 11 12 
24 109 4 6 



piU PAPC 8- AV Itidsor Hotel C'vip Handieap. i>-ycar-ol«ls and up- 

Oill nHoC. ward. (.luuc 1>, 1 JH 4 J :5a :j lOD.) 



I 294.5‘J H.deG’ce ImTOy l:19)£mu(l 13-5 10112 

[29209 H.dcG’en 1 1-16 1 :48Ks!ow 36 105 4 
i BREAD LINE, br. m. 5 107 



(Trairer, W. C. Woctmoreland. Owner, 'W. C. Westmoreland) 



0* 1*} F W’(lst’ckl2 Serbhin. .Asterisk, I’oilu 

6® 6'®i C Th’pson X Jiigo, Allah, Mack Garner 

3' 3* M And'son 7 Roluetanr, AI Pierce EjgerEyea 

5’ 6®i D Prible 8 PibriKh, The Kmjiiirer, liusU 

6’ S* J Chalmers 9 Ava R., Dan, Discord 

2nii 5*i D Prible 8 Dun, Haywood, Xinurl Morey 

2* 2*4 J Chalmers 8 SlaJorDoino. (’<mntitoris. Discord 

5* J' J Maiben 8 Blondid, Cliiiuera, Haywood 

7* 6«i H Cl’nienta 9 Am.E:ig!e. WarMup. 1 w’y Seven 

7i 7'* D Prible 8 Tawasentha, Mc.AiUm), Dolly C. 

By Burgomaster — Saedria, by Sandringham. 

R' 4'' II B B’wer 0 Weary, .Alma V.'.issrr. Natural 

3' 2* II B B wer G Mike, Black B:ibv, (’oiint Boris 

7 7’® J Mooney 7 Serapis. Plucky. V.:;.i. an ! Bcofs 

12 12“ K Josiah^ 13 Iajzyl»u, AtlornoyMuir, Uoseata 
6 5-® J McT’ag’l fi K..Sciitn:ie. D.’sfiiolc.*. liutbub 

2} 2- 1j Mink 3 Kilmer, Air Man 

4 4’* E Foreh’nd 1 Eagle, Sangallo, Malachite 

By Delhi — Hunger, by Hanover. 



BONIFACE, b. h. 7 128 

drainer. H. McDaniel. Owner, J. K. L. Rena). 
61983 Woodbine 1 1-8 l:51%faat 1-4 127 6 2 2 
61548 Pimlico 1 1 16 l:1.T®tslow 23- lo 125 5 2 2 

61421 H.deG’ce 11-16 1:17 fast 1-3 124 1 3 2 

C1S74 H.deG’ce 11-16 1:15 fast 21-10 122 2 2 i 

61.314 H.deG’ce ImTOy 1:15 good IG-5 120 1 2 J 

bkCCT Bowie 1 1-16 l:48%.slow 1-5 126 1 1 4 3 3 

58612 Pltnllco 2 1-4 1:08'£hvy 3-2 U'l 2 2 2 2 2 

ES522 Pimlico 1 1-2 2:31%fast 7 119 1 6 4 2 1 



By Transvaal — Cerina, by Meddler. 



68612 Pltnllco 2 1-4 1:08'£hvy 3-2 U'l 2 2 2 

ES522 Pimlico 1 1-2 2:31%fast 7 119 1 6 4 

6S413 Pimlico 1 1-10 l:1J;Ats!op 33-10 121 1 3 3 
i 67&M W’dbine 1 1-4 3:'>6 goodU-19 127 4 « « 

' 57400 W’dbine 1 1-4 2:0£)£fast 19-5 128 3 9 9 

■' GOLDEN SPHERE, ch. c. 4 118 



(Trainer, 'W. H. Bringloe. O’jvner, Seagram Stable). 



2® 2' C Turner 6 G. Sphere, Registrar, BriLJester 

2® 39 C Turner 7 Exterm’alor, Regist’r, B’gaBnck 

3® li C 'fumcr 0 Bygone D.iys, .leg. Sbppery Elm 

Iti 10 c Turner 6 Exterminator, Bunga Buck, Jeg 

2* 2^ C Turner 4 OlympiK, PolI.v.Aiin. Bungaltiick 

8® 3® H Erlcka’n 5 BungaBuck, Slip’yEIni, Recount 

2'® 2® B Sande 3 Exterminator, laiily Emineliue 

IJ 1® E Sande 10 Ouiuask. Gnome, Polly Ann 

34 5® H Ericks’n 5 SllpperyMlni. SlyDcar, Liglitllosc 

4'® 3‘J A Claver 7 Loula, Goaler, Parisian Diamond 

6'| G’l A Claver 0 Ext’nninalor. MyDear. G. Sphere 

By Oliver Goldsmith — Sphere of Influence, by Collar. 



|620,'>7 .Mt.Royal 3-i 1 :H’;f,fa.st 37-10 lOS 

61951 Mt.Koyal 3-4 1 :l.V'ifa.st 8 105 

' 5S0(iO Ilavan.a 3-4 l:13?ifast 2} 110 7 4 6 

55862 Havana 3-1 1 ;1 tai.f.ist 1 108 8 4 5 

£8763 Havana 54 f 1 :07 fast 3 W4 4 7 7 

57918 Va. Fair 3-4 1 :lS'£slow — 118 

5702s Tim’um Ab 3-4 1:1S fast 3-5 108 

67005 Ti’m Ab 1 1 1C 1:50 fast 8-5 107 

ACE, ch. c. 4 114 

(I’raUcr, 0. Johnson. Owner, R. F. Ceppagei. 
(.’2196 Conn’ght DnTOy 1:18 fast 11-10 110 1 2 

(lUiO F.G’ndB 1 1-S 1:54 fast 11-5 108 4 2 1 1 

.9661 KG’r.ds 1 1-8 l:53'/ifast 6 107 4 1 1 2 

>9197 Jeff’son 1 1-16 1:18 fast 16-5 106 6 8 6 4 

.\919 Jeff’son 1 1-16 1 :.T0%good 7 lOt.i 6 € 6 4 

i8755 Jefson 1 l:41^.fast 2J 107 7 7 7 6 

>8’J95 Lex’ton 1 1-lC l;1G)i,fast 37 10 107} 5 3 2 2 

>7979 Church’l 1 1-15 l:45*ifasl 5 101 2 2 2 2 

BY JOATE. hr. g. 4 103 

(Trainer, J. O'Bryne. Owner, J, O’Bryne). 



62084 ’W'dblno 11-16 1:45 fast 3 4 U6 4 

61983 Woodbine 1 1-8 l:51=;tfa3t 6 l£i9 1 

•1711 Pimlico 1 l:45?.,slow 8 U7 4 

61582 I’linlico 3-4 1 ll^fast 24 1C8 7 

, 67721 K* worth 3-4 1 :13V5fast 21-10 120 3 4 

1 GThJS W’dbine 1 1-16 LlSKfast 27-10 112 4 4 1 

£7169 ’Wdblue ImTOy l:15?ira8t 3 2 112 I 6 3 

' 17400 W’dbine 1 1-4 2:»5',ifa.st 11 106 8 8 1 

; S6750 B.Bon'ta 3-4 1:13 fast 7 lit 3 8 

564-J7 Windsor 1 1-16 l:52%iDud 7 105 1 1 1 

! KI65 Ham’ton 1 1-4 2:06 fsrt 9 5 HI 1 8 2 

5U19 K’worth 1 1-16 l:i:%fast 33 1C 115 1 8 8 



1* 1® J Mc'1'’ag’t C Itegistrar, BygoneDays. M.Or’ge 
1* 1' J MeTag’t »> Boniface. Registrar, Brill. Jester 

5 6'-* C 'Tli'pson 0 Reia.v, Bridesman, (.’apt. Alcijck 

4' 2® C Th’i>s«n 8 Hildiir, By Jiminy, ('urinaiid.iie 

6 3' M Buxton B Oriole, Day Lilly, Ikey T. 

1* li M Buxton 7 Brill’ntJcster, IriahJig, B. Grand 

3® 2'i C Lang 8 Irish Jig, Incog, Messincs 

2’i 3*i C Lang 9 Exterminator, ily Dear, Incog 

8® 3* J Rowan 4 Billy Kelly, E.stero, Ia*li>sic 

1* 1® C Lang U Old Chap, Guy, Petrarch 

3® 3*1 J Butwell « My Dear, L>icky B.. Betty J. 

21 2‘i J Butwell 7 Byg’eDays, B. Servant, Petrarch 



I'i W Hinphy 7 Spring Vale, Franc Tbeur, Jtigo 
3-'} VV Hinphy 11 .I:igo, Dancer, GoI>Ii 11 (’’liiivce 

6 6' CJ N .Swan S (’•.nTciicy, l)iscu5.s:i>n. Far East 

5 6* 6*i F Merimee 8 Huntress, Firew’in, .Mar.Holliiia 

7 8 6'i G Fields 8 Ir.aWood, EdG.iriisori. Hiiiitiesa 

1 H Gamer 7 AVinall, Pearl Sea, Bygone 

IJ R Ball r> A.Vcziua, MiKa.Adriaiinc, TontOr 

2' R Pall 4 G.Wash’gton, S.Adsuia, P. Harry 

By Meelick — Agnes Dale, by Hinsdale, 

c). 

2 1' 1* C Th’pson C. Cavalier, Viva Cuba, Pemim 

1 3'5 3’5 A Gan’nir 7 Tanl:>Ius. Extiortcr, Kingfisher 

2 2* 2* A Gantner 8 G’maiid, W’w’tli’.s Lust, R.Diit k 

4 2® 1' B Mari’elil 8 Cur. Events. Cote d’Or. Ji>e Joe 

4 li 4® H Rowe 9 Xa'gacity, Jlr. X., Episode 

6 6 6*} S Nuckles 7 Lnmpus. Joa<|iiin.i, I.u'-y Kate 

2 2® 2"* M Oarn.-r 7 Cinderella. Y’g.Adaiii, hlar.JobB 

2 5} 4® E Rubblna 8 Wapiti, Petrareh, Sugauiouk 

By Zeus — Mamcna, by Maximo, 



€21S€ li.li'nneLs 



59PJ.T Jaff’son lii f 1;P7 Last 10 102 3 

Ly.'il Jeff’son 5i f 1 :10 slow 30 110 10 

5614;! Del’ m’r 5-8 1 :03')£fust 14 104 

55991 Kempton 5-8 1 i>4 fast 5 108 

55>K!« ai’ne’ve 1 1-16 1 r.SVLfast 22-5 102 

6£787 M’no’ve Ab 5-8 l;21?tmud 19-10 109 



a2f 103 10 10 10* 10''' II Steams 11 W. Flower, .Aptress, C .T.C’gmile 



7 7*® J Owens 7 Doric, Tiantuhi, G.illant Foe 

8* R*S J Owens 6 Riposta, Mu.sito, Stepson 

6® N Foden 7 DoctorZab, Rafferty, O’Dnnovan 

1® R Pauley .') Cockroaeh, Vival’iiha, B.Fav’rite 

4*J N Foden •> Sea Board. MaryKi l>. Am’riMald 

!»• N Foden U1 Emdcu, ilorcb, CerUey W. 




8 



DAII.y RACING FORM 



• Thursday, June 15, 1922 



COIDCEKT. ch. p, 4 108 

(Tminar, J. ^ FlyBB. Owner, J. S. Flynn). 

67K29 ll.n’nnctn 1 1-8 1;5* gr>o<l 4f 106 S 1 

62448 n.Ifnncts 1 1:42 fast 6f 107 1 

62620 Wl.Roj-al 8-4 l;15?Ua»t 30 U4 

C7742 Kcmp’n ImTOy l:S4HsIow 13-5 109 
B7n2 M.Ruyal ImSOy l:50%hvy 9 100 

R7441 Mt. Royal 8-1 l:18)Uiow 4f 108 
67406 Mt. Royal 3-4 l:14)^fa8t 19 104| 

64967 Conn’ht lm70y 1:46 fast 43 iv4 



CIOlESOlf EAMELEa, b. f. 4 



S 8 8 S 8 
1C3 



By Uncle — Saratoga Belle, by Henry of Navarro. 

13 12’* W Bog'ski 15 Austral. War Fox, Ir.'*n Roy 
SI 11’* .4 Claver 14 I,. Araiii'e, Pt'et'e I’.al, Staonr!i 
2* W Poe'akl 7 T.Bf'ls.n., M’fM'rmvn. SerilFn 
1‘ H Gibson 6 ElCoroiiel, Kilkenny. Wliip’rvfill 
3*1 C WT\ite 9 Couatetbalanep, EditliK.. Aztec 
10*1 R Mt_Areyl2 Split Silt, Cortez. Jack l/cdi 
10** J .Smitb 10 I’enaukee, O. James. Cli.B.ark'ey 
S’* E Taylor 9 ilr. Riuinmcl. Ar.tillfS. Kukiji 



(Tn intr, A. G. Dunlap. Owner, A, G. Dnnlap). 



By Pebbles — Climber, by Voter. 



62443 R.R’nneta 1 1:42 fast 
C209 4 I.U.Uoy.al 1 1-15 1 :4»)fcfast 
62024 >5 1. Royal 61 f 1:08 fast 
60420 F.G'n ls 1 1-16 l:47)ifa»t 30 
6?0a) F.O’nd.s 1 1-8 2:C6 mud 40 
69578 F.O’n.ls 1 1-16 1:50 good 20 
69519 K.G'i.ds 1 1-16 l:64%muU 13 



6f US 13 
15 112 
37 110 
107 2 4 4 
1»T 3 8 8 
102 U 8 11 
102 2 4 8 



11* 12'» W Ros’.«*l 14 R. Amraie, Pesre Fal. Staunch 
6*1 Ij Gregory 7 Speet’u'.arGirl, DollyC., Chini'Tri 

G’ P Hunt 8 R.BCkShecp, UrPtant, Rl’kBaby 

6 10* 10’* H I’.amcs 11 Troilus, Pirate llcttre. In Kniss 

6 8 8” M Schw’tz 8 S'hLipIitlll., J. Arbor. Att.Muir 

11 11 11** G Ere'nlngll S.LTitlll., M.K’taiiie, En-Twiite 

8 8* 8>« J Wallace 10 Verity, latlleEd. Seachl.iglitm 



BRONEXIA. ch. 

(Trainer, W. 
tl244 7 i’.B’nnots 
j 621C0 Conn'ght 
. 01632 PimlA-o 
'61581 rimllco 
U1528 Pimlico 
; Cl 1 16 Pimlico 
i 582.11 l-aurel 
VsifsC laiiurol 
iT9Vt I.aurel 
.78 W Laurel 
)T5!7 Wdblne 



. EurttacheU. 
7-8 l;27=ifast 

2- 4 l:1.7S5ra.st 
1 1:41 fa.st 

3- 4 1 11 f:.st 
3-4 PlCVslow 
3-4 l;13>.f:-.st 
1;U fast 71 
1:424; fa .St 39 
l-.l-'-NiGtst .7 
111 fast :: 
l:4?^faf.t 



19 



98 



BAB, t. f, 3 

(Trailer. E. L. Carrcll. Owner, E. L. Carroll). 
62565 B irr.n*’ts 
62403 R.R’nneis 
62090 Mt. Royal 
61989 Mt Royal 
61891 3! t. Royal 
61702 M’:»euvu Ab 2-4 1:29 faat 
61725 Wiicuvo Ab 5-8 l:02%fast 
f-1609 M’u.-uvo Ab 6-8 t.l?*/.l!/v 
659.79 E:n;; ire 6-8 lAljtfast 60 

MAgJ iT3.IT: 21.. tr. f, 4 
(Xruiicr. J. S. Hays. 



By HeriJian — Bright Star, by Star Shaob. 



3-4 

3-4 l;15%hvy 
5i f 1:09 faat 
3-4 l:15Vf,fa8t 
64 f 1 :(S%s!ow 



6f 

13-lOf 

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18-5 

12 

6-5 

44 

22-5 

99 



91 13 
98 2 
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101 
107 
106 
101 
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S5 11 
64 



Thomas 14 Fliddcn Jewel, Kolo, Trentuia 
6’4 I* G Grossl.'i W.Kl.uver, il. White, T. Decision 
2’4 W’ Rog'ski 8 re:u'cl’al, Nortii Wales, SilkSox 
2*> W Rog’ski 6 I.lojd Georye, Firev.’arth, Fictile 
2^ K Hunt 10 Attoo, El Coionel, Elack Baby 

1* F Hunt 8 Shek.n, Clean Sweep, Drifting 

3* A Sands’m 7 TlieBelg’nll., Sp'ilyljujy. Capers 
2* J D.awson 0 Riil's Lurk, JInzzry. .Vstrlia S. 
8‘* R McNa’eel5 S<vift Grass. Dolman, F. Virginia 



623C8 Coiin'glit 
62163 Coi'.n'ght 
6205C Mt.Koy.-il 
61958 Alt. Royal 
61102 il.d.G’ra 
61249 itowie 
60:781 F.Grias 
59X90 F if’uils 
69554 F.G’r.ils 
6943;i F.u’nda 



1 l-lo l:49’.;:Slow 
11-8 l:55%fa.st 
1 1 .42Hf ast 
1 1:41 fa.nt 
5 1-2 1 :07?ifa8t 
Gi f 1 :21’!»f,ist 
3-4 l:!6>:hvy 20 

3-4 RlSSihvy 13 
3-4 l:15H»low 15 
3-4 l:14)fefa8t K 



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Owner, C. II. rreemnn). 



By Zeus — Lassie, by Knl^bt Errant. 



6‘-?97 Jeff son lm70yl:4C fast 5 
68914 Jeff son 3-4 1:16 good 5 

58:i4» Empire Ab 3-4 l:U%fa»t 10 
BTJT03D. th. h. 8 



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14 

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101 

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194 3 
110 
101 

100 14 

104 3 

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(Trair'r, J. Lopez. Owner, J. Lopez). 



1 l:439ifast 
3-4 1:15 hvy 
3-4 l:15->if.nst 
1 1 :42%fast 
64 f 18»’5tfust 
1 1-S 1 :55 fast 
ImSOy l:43)ifr.Bt 
3 4 l:15’Agood 3 
3-4 l:17»sslow 7-8 
64 f l:08’Afust 34 
b. f. 4 

Owner 
fast 



62448 l:.R’n:'.;-t3 
62403 B.R’r.ncts 
62092 Mt.Rcyal 
62025 Mt.Royul 
6 1 923 Mt. Royal 
61035 Havana 
60876 Havana 
G07t>9 Havana 
C0463 Havana 
GOirS ilaviinn 
FAIR T.ASEIE. 

(Xrrinfr. D. llamnooad. 
62443 H.E'nneU 1 1:42 

61919 j:t.Ucyal 11:44 fast 

61760 At’ ncuve 1 l;49Hfast 

61727 ii’n-auVB Ab 3-4 l:21*4Jast 



7 111 10 
13-lOf 115 10 



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4 €'* L Gregory « Wakefd, Caraller. T.P’tugoeze 
7 7‘* L Gregory 7 Dxhorter. O. Faithful, Fireworlh 
6'4 L Gregory 10 Sailor, Ulcndel, El Coroccl 
14 L Gregory 12 Th’tleQneen. I.>'iKross. Peg.IUvcz 
15 15‘* I'l Marlz 15 Titauia. Ting-a-Ijing, Jago 
7* 8“ J Owens 12 C.J.Craigm’e, Biyngar, L.Goorge 
64 10’* L McD’ottll Druninjond, RnyC.. UrownChetk 
11* 12” J Zoelier 12 Cacambe, Golden Antumn, Car 
84 8‘* A Oantner 9 Bond, Philanderer, Nordeck 
11* H* A Gaiitnerl2 Oraleggo, Pavia. Philanderer 
7| 9*4 G Rro’nluglO Verity, Damoria, Flypaper 
1* 1* J Zoeller 12 Damoria, Dumiugo, Koy O. 

** 4‘* M Eu.xton 8 Rhlneztoce, Trader, MayRoboru 
By Ballot — OUie Belle, by Cbarazus. 

9i W” A Mc'lia 12 Serbian. -A.ster;ak. Polln 
9’4 7*4 3 Turp’nolS W.Flower, M. White. T.neclsion 
5’’ F I'li’av'tall Mike. I’dark Baby, War Fox 
2nx F Chiav’tal2 Spec’latGirl, I’eg.Kivea, I.aiKr3sa 
2* K Atk’sonll Allah, Theresa, Pokey Jane 
7’ 7*i D Pribie 8 -AvaK., Meadoworih, Sm’lMoney 

7' 6* F Hunt 8 Dan, Baywcod, Smart Money 

2‘ 1* T Nolan 11 Primitive, Sir .\dsnm. Bygone 

4* 4‘* U I'ieklii 8 Ramtmu. Biuudel, Punctual 

6* 2'4 F Hunt 8 GeorgeW., Ikiniioltoma, M.Eobm. 



JCAaUINA. br. f, 4 

(Trainer, E. Holman. Owner, 
C2407 Il.R'nnets 1 l:45;.,l!vy 
62 19 4 Conn'ght 1 1-16 1 :H’.ira.st 
Ait. Royal 1 1-lG 1 :t7Tfast 
<;19.75 Ml.Royal 3-4 1:15 f.x.st 
01192 R.-iwie ImTCy 1 :l5'(,fiist 
til lot Bowie lni7<iy l;”2ViTnud 
•j(;777 Mobile Ab 6'f 1 :25'’t,g<>o.i i2 
riH7 F.O’n'ls 1 1-15 l:«5)irast 9-6 
.tr:42 F.G’nda 1 1-16 1:47 fast 44 
5C152 F.G’rda ImTOy 1:43 fast 5 
5J1L7 .Jeffson ImTOy l:5l’Amu.1 3-2 
VS9.3 Jeffson 1 l:41%faat 2 
JEWELL V. D.. ch, f. 3 

(IraiaoT, G. C. Breatcn. 
C2483 B.R’nnets 1 l:134flivy 
61 SI 4 Pimlico 1 l:G5ifast 



112 Br Wnirk Bream II. — Savannah, by Taakee. 

Owner, J. R. Sk’nker). 

4*1 A Claver 8 Clnnsmaa. Ch.aasenr, I.ccky B. 
6’4 Gregory 7 Cnmcnflaee, Clansman, K’tGr.isa 
11 R Rom’elli 8 Fluzey, Wid. Bodotte, Sister Flo 
14 n Rom'eliill Mayor Hoiis.r, Eltahe, Bountiful 
2* P Wails S Sagaincre, Cam’floiir, D.deM'tr’y 
10" R Rom’eK!13 Cnim’dale, Slavcum’n, P. of India 
10'* R Rom’elliK) Vibrate, IleicuAlkin, SemeBahy 
C*4 R Rom’elll 7 Servitor. Dresden, Wellfinder 
4*1 G WallB 6 l.iinett.s. Muttikins, Hubidriim 
7*3 G Walls 7 Knot. Wellfinder, Night ntldef 
4** R Rom'elll 4 My Dear, IjidyMeave, .MuttUia* 

By Garry Herrmann — Joacnirui, ty Vater, 

jst. J Rowan 7 Ito.TalPuck, Natural, StarR.~al:u 
1’ M And’son 7 Kukinx. Romeo, Natural 
2J C Gross 6 Roy. Duck, Exiiortcr, Duke Ruff 
4’ W Hinphy 7 l.uck.TR.. Bongore, Mum. Jumbo 
4* L Morris 8 Our lilrthday, Romeo. Ettabe 
2'J C luing 7 "ur liirlhtiay. Romeo. Attorney 
6*4 J 1' Rian I timeeJJ.ayers. Ap.Jackll.. KiraU 
4’ A Wilson ti Rep, Pimlico, Wiiloiv Tree 
4* A Wlisou 7 B'llietly Love, Padua, G’yGahles 
I* IX Thomas I) Walmitlli.!!, Miirr.-y, !l.t':irdt«r 
1« A V/llson 4 tJr.xyaon, t'ote d’Or, IMeiiard V. 
3’ C Lang 9 Grayson, Tantalus, Joaqnlija 



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61559 Pimlico 
6i3«iO H.jleG’ce 
61189 Bowie 
01145 Bowie 
58659 Bowie 
5S634 Bowie 



1 1 :<3’kiinud 
1 1-16 l:4S*5ifast 
54 f l;07*ifa.st 
6J f l ^llsfast 
ImTOy l:5C*ihvy 39 
3-4 l:lG9ihvy 14 



Owner, C. C 

M6 a 

103 3 
105 5 

104 12 
4 
6 
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SMART KCNET, ch. g. 8 
(Trainer. D. Hammond. 



4 

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28 93 

96 1 2 
115 6 
105 

Owner. G. Hclmez). 



Smithson). 

i 2 2»’z 3*4 J WaiUce 

2 2’ 3* J Rowan 

5 5* 4*4 J Rowan 

12 12 12 * R Rice 

6 5* C’i J Heupcl 

5 n| 5* S Lowe 



Fell. 

4 



7 MilesS., BvelynWl.ite, Mad NcU 

7 F'annie Bean, Sword, Onr Betsy 
12 Sister Flo. Laughter, Ant.l’e.s 
12 Bulb t. K.Brummel. Bill’s lasck 
10 GraceMayers. Pliick.v, I'.emitifnI 

8 llullalialuu, Sweepy, Fannit-Beaa 
R McNa’ee 8 Fly. Cloud, JI’yl’tlBellc, li’ghnut 

2’ J Butwcll 13 Quit kliiiD, Che wink, Chsle'gay 
By Am-.cath II. — SorviUa, ty Sensation. 



62.570 B.B’nncts 1 1-8 l:.V:-Hfast 91 R>9 1 7 

62489 B.B’nnets 1 1-8 l:r.9%hvy 44 106 4 5 

62442 B.B’nnets 7-8 1 :27*5fa.st 44 102 9 9 

C2091 ilt.Royal 3-4 l:iPifa8t 34 112 

61953 .Mt.Royal 3-4 1:15 fast 26 118 

C142-2 ILdeG ce 1 3-16 2:i0’;-.fa.st 56 107 7 9 

61400 lI.deG’ce lni70yl:« fast 43 114 11 H) 

6163S Havana 1 1-8 l:5T'Ss!op li) P3 7 3 

61035 Havana 1 1-8 1:55 fast 4 110 1 2 

SANGHADO, b. c, 3 (M) lOi 



7 7** R Rom’elll 

6 6*4 A Claver 

8°* S’i .A Cl i\>r 
6* J Daw.son 
6*5 N Burger 
9 9" J Rowan 

SI 7‘5 R Rice 

2nk 11 
2*'* 3' 



7 Goto d’Or. Duke Ruff, l.azy Iz>n 

6 Star Realm, Lazy lain, Murr.iy 
9 Ifclsiraiue. Fitn-l’.oidie, Taidion 
I) iiiunbo Jumbo, Ciiasucur, Herri n 

7 Luckyl!., Bengore. Mum. Jimibu 
9 Tan Kon. I’luzey, laidy Liiiiaa 

13 Episode. Fluzey, Wid. Bedotte 
J Chalmers 8 i’-rilu, Jliliirod, Jacobean 
B b’ch Utl 8 .AvaR.. Meudoworth, Whipiiet 



(Tminer, D. WomsMorff. C'wncr, W. A. HcHi .r.cy). 



By Sweep— Annie Williams, by L&zzoroao. 



VJ. E. HzePherron). 



By Ola mbala— Mary Sellars, by Uncommon. 



C1672 M r.ouve 
ClCOl M' nejve 
61491 H..!. G'ce 



Ab 3-4 l:12%good 
Ab 3-4 1:77 hvy 
1 1-16 l;47M,fast 
EDITH K., 1). m. 5 

(Trniaer, E. S. Wallace. Owner, J. 

62.529 B.L’nncts 1 1-8 1:59 good 4f 

62418 n.Brmcts 1 l:43%fast Sf 106 9 

E.SP33 Bowie 1 1-16 1 :r)3sts!op 12f 105 15 10 10 

B8<:75 Bowie 1 1-16 1 :53M;hvy 126 107 7 8 9 

686C0 Bowie 1 1-lG l:53*ihvy 12f 108 11 12 11 

582’J Laurel 1 1-16 l;4SV3fast 106 107 8 7 8 

67790 Hempton 1 1 :56Hs!op 4-5 109 
67660 Keiut.ton 1 1 :56’V-.hvy 5 113 

67612 M Royal lm20y l:50%hvy 9f 106 
NORTH WALFS. b. g, 3 (M) 

(Traiucr, W. E. Ibrtiu. 



106 3 13 

107 

108 
111 
109 
115 

106 : 9 

107 

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109 7 7 12’ IS” A 



12* 10’* II Steams 14 R Aramie, Peace Pal, Staunch 
6‘4 N Burger 8 55«io, Pretender, Neenah 
6* P Bullman 9 C’alantine, Rav’nsea. Jhiitalll. 
5* N Burger 6 SkyMaa, Bacchanalian, I..3VBga 
4" N Burger 4 L’gEycsII.. Uomaiu. Key Eania 
5*4 N B' rger G llavonsca, Stre-zmfr, Ely 
UJ 12” B Marrel11ir> Laughter, U.C.Basch, SericeStar 
By Ore: 0- dole— Mamie Worth, by St. George. 



62443 E.E’nneU 
62090 Mt. Royal 
61938 Mt. Royal 
6192’J Mt. Royal 
67763 L.ai’rel 
673.57 lI.dcG’ce 



1 1:42 fa.st 
5i f 1 .-€9 fast 
3-4 l:16%faat 
3-4 l:lC’Afast 
64 f LOTAtfaat 17 
3-4 LlCVsslow 8 



98 

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95 
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106 
109 



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110 



Alien 15 Austral, War Fox, Iron Boy 

12 10* 8" J Wallace 12 Serbian. Asterisk, Poilu 

10 9* 9** J .Smith 10 Satana, G. Wash’gton, U.Pardner 

9 *'• 9** J Smith 10 F'antoche, Satana, Medusa 

13 12' 12’* J Smith 14 King’.s Ikdle, Chin.WaUh, Allah 

8 8 8" B Barb’no 8 Franklin, Osgood, Summer Sigh 

1'4 W Taylor 5 Orieut.Pjirk, ElCoroiiel, IdLCtok 
4‘i J Kennedy 9 Counterbalaoee, Comment. Axtec 
£• J Smith 7 Lit.Dear, Fin. Rooster, Silez U. 
By Bachelor's Hopo— Greciaa Bend, by Bines. 

Martin). 

4 12 12* 7*4 J ’Tliomas 14 L. Ammic, Peace Pal, Staunch 
3’ F W'dsfek 8 Peace Pal. Bab. Bilk Sox 



63S67 


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11-8 lu'5 fast 


4 


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412 


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6 


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62221 


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3-2 


106 


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11 


100 


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31 


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61921 


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3-4 l:ll%fast 


15 


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8 


Vice-f liairman. K’;(;r::r.K. T,’>..vD. 


6171.3 


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1 1:42 slow 


16 


111 


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11 


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(Trainer, K. 


Patterrm. Owner, B. 


Harding). 














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19 


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61145 


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12 


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6 


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8 


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c£747 Bowie 


1 l:44*»mud 13 


106 


6 4 


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58747 Bowie 


1 l:41%mud 9-5 


116 


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« Hephsistos, IVes.B., M’yl’JB.-ll 


5i;<>79 Bowie 


7-8 1 :24%hvy 43-10 114 


5 8 


7 


6 


6* 


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11 


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5M53 Bowie £J f l:21S,s!ow 14-5 


108 


4 


4 


4 


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12 


All Fair, Itee’s \..ax, Plucky 


58627 Pimlico 


3-4 1 :l.j%hvy 6 


107 


6 


3 


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Simtilicity. Duaceecip. KicuseMv 


58596 Pimlico 


3-4 1:1« hvy 8 


113 


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24 


21 


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7 


Simplicity, Munheiiu, Alice C. 



67162 Belrn’l 61f MC l:05%fast 
66941 Belm’t 5lf .MC 1:07 f.ast 
66773 Bel.m’t 6lf MC l;0C)tfast 
DOLLY VAHDEN, b. f, 3 



7 
7 

13-5 113 1 

20 no « 

30 1031 1 



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B. li’nncis 


1 l:4t%hvy 


64 


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62189 


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1 1-1« l:4TV5J:*st 


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61849 


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97 


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C0882 


Mob.le 


ImTOj’ l:51'%fast 


54 


110 


0 


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60844 


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Ab 6-8 1 :00%fast 


8 


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£1 






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(TrrJner, A. 


S'.vinke. Owner, 


A. Swicke). 










02528 


B.B’iincts 


1 l:43%good 


67 


94 


1 


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64 


711 J 


Wallace 


62198 


TU'ncliffo 


54 f l;0r%fast 


29 


94 








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ln.70y 1 laO’ifast 


119 


96 


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61148 


B-'v.i’ 


ImTOy l:49<4fast 


13 


104 


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60IS7 F.G’n !.s 


lin70y 1:49 mud 


10 


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linTOy l;15%f:ist 


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ln-70y l:46%fast 


12 


94 


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107 


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59936 F.G’uiIh 


3-4 1:22% hvy 


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59681 F.G’nd.v 


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2-4 l;16%hvy 


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McAtee 



3*1 F Wdsfeh 8 Hutehl’n, Mida’iS lories. Mnzzey 

9’* C Riley 9 LGeorge, Gol.Ited, L’li’sEycsIL 

6* 7*4 L Penman 12 Sword, liillsdule. The Vengeance 

»* 8*4 D Stirling 12 High C.. limiskane, Ludy Zens 

4* 4‘* L MoAtee 9 Bountiful, Bayonne, Juno 

31 3* L McAtee 6 Sweepy, Farr V'giuia. ClinehSeld 

5* 5’i L McAtee 10 SwlftGrasa, Baa.l’aaa, Pastoral 

By oain — EverCene, by Sempronius. 



7 MilosS., Eve’nWhite. JeweilV.D. 
7 Cheerl.cader, SunGod. B’ckTbong 
15 Brass Tacks, Opulent, Bojal 
5 Glyn, Birdie G.. loiJy Delhi 
C Execution, M.Cr’iw’d. W. Relief 
10 Br’nDick, Alverida, Mid. Stories 



0 Weary, .Alma Waaser, Natural 

7 Crest. Boy, Ixad.Star, L. Enfield 

8 Miracleilan, Nightboat, M.Uary 

7 Mat.kiary, H. Kemble, Jacquelia 

10 Evel. White, Adventure, K.Bold 

11 H.Kcuilile, BrassT’ks, L’kyGhd 

12 Biil Block. M.Mary, K.Bruniinel 

8 BUl’sLuck, ii.Ketnhie, I’.’sDevLl 

9 Lit. Patsy, 11. Kemble, ll.Buxtoa 
11 Lit.Animie, Hermuden, L’kyGlrl 

Wilson 11 Mat.Mary, Gam.Gurton, Dars 
McAtee 11 Delhimar, Ulllsdale, Xbeo 



BELMONT PARK ENTRIES AND PAST PERFCRfilAiiCES 
FOR THURSDAY, JUP^E 15 

\vr,.\'riii:n clkaii; tk.acic i.\\st. 



Racing starts at 2:15 p. ra. (Chicago time l:Ip). 
0 Su|>erior mud luaiter. X Good mud runner. 
:jc Fair laud rniiiier. (M) Maidens. • .\ ppr«n t ice 

ullowauce. b Blinkers. 

First Race— 4 1-2 Forlangs Straight. 

Pune $1,000. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Special 
Weights. 

(’Track record: May 19, 1908 — 51 — 2 — 112.) 

Teday’s 



lad. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


(C2295) 


Conlsct 


.115 


:53 


122X723 


6&175* 


I*ay Dear (M) 


,115 


Kilm 


107.. 720 


62:133 


Belphrizonia (M).. 






107. .H5 


(62475) 


Mias Smith 


.115 


:56 


122. .713 


02475 


Violet Mersereau 








(M) 


,115 


:58% 


107. .710 


62475 


Simp^x (U) 


.115 


:58% 


107. .705 



7lh RACE 



1 Mile. 
1 ;37 



B-year-oltls and upward. 
4-5 5 107.) 



Clainiiujg. (June 7, 1011— 



GRAED EATDY. di. o. 
(Trat -or. J. Amend. 



4 107 

Owner, H. C. Human). 



62157 Ch;rchill 1 1:40 fast 6 115 4 1 

62012 Ch :r,h.H 7-8 l:26)igood 8 115 3 3 

C1S;58 Chur hill «1 f 1 :19fefast €f 113 10 11 10* 

618.">.'> Chur. Iiiil 1 3-15 2K)1 hvy 110 114 « 8 I 

61775 Chur..bill 1 1-16 l:46^fast 41 113 • 7 

£5661 Ft.iirie ItniOy 1:45 fast "'i-S 110 8 1 1 1 

65503 Ft. r.rm 11:40 fast 41-10 106 4 3 3 3 

65373 Ham’ton 



65243 Harn’ton 
64827 Duffrnn 
64623 Thorn.-li! 

WLCOW BEDOXTE, b. m, 8 

tTraiiiCr, C. Head. Owner, A 
4.’1GB2 l 1 1:41 fosl 

61130 1 1-15 1 :4S%fas,t 

C1400 H.d G ee lm70yl:4C fart 
0IS3.-* K.d.-i.I’ce 11-16 Li-) r.i.jd 
C12G7 Bowb: 1 1-16 1 ..5L’)tmud 

8114-1 Bowie 3-4 l;l;,-Hfast 

6875<l Bowie 1 l:46VAiniid 10 

6SG73 Bowie ll-8 1:58%hvy 10 

68667 Bowie 1 1-8 l:56Vi«low 12 
68506 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:48^good 8 

68257 L'iureJ 1 l:4.7^fast 

68128 loiurel ItnTOy l:4SA»fast i 

EVELYN WHITE, b. f. 3 

(Xrifjier, C. ‘T. 'Worlhingtan. 
63488 B.B’nnels 1 l;4G'>ihvy 
C21J’J TL’cliffo ImTOy 1:45 fast 



.3-4 l;I4'.ifast 


23 


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By Everett — Mias Paemnre, by Pzamare. 

I’l 11 W W 7"lori5 Fly. Prince, Fr’kBoyd, Uermoden 
4* 4*i J Owens 9 Barracu.la, B’d at iiome. Uaaiet 
6* B Jackson 15 Approval. Youneed, Lugs 
S*' B Jackson 8 Legal, Alex J., Britisli Maid 
T‘* B Jackson 9 TonyBesn, British Maid. Carson 
3* H J Burke 8 itoreale, John Arbor, iluon 
2'4 M Buxton 8 K’gtieorgc, Gibby, DiamoudDaU 



(CMSO) 

G2430* 

C2471 

6i€66* 

64077’ 

4S999 

614*6 

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Owner, C. T. Werthington), 



'roreador, K’gTroiaB 
Vic Munoz, Tan Son 
t. Chow, DjincingGIrl 
Rajah, Mollie Barnes 
David Garrick. 

4’ 3’J C laing 8 Bromclia, Fluzey, Sister Flo 

I'i l‘i C Lting II Bil.y lame, Staniey, GraceFoster 

*1 3 J L Penman 13 Episo;!e, Flu&y, Bister Flo 

-* t- Long 7 Sea Pirate, Jaejnes, .Sister Fh) 
V* A Gaatner 8 Itomco, Xatu.ml, Joan of -Arc 
o*! C Imng 7 Mavottraeen, lin.iFr'k, Betsinda 
I- Coney 8 Who Cares, King John. Attorney 

^ Couey 9 IVhoCsres, Veteran, W’dlbrnah 

4»i C I-fing 7 Su|»cr, Tantalus, KunuyUnd 
2* A lhintn.*rl4 tVk o’D’n. Maj,l’arke, Wal.IlaU 
» L Penman 8 Trantula, H. Pardaer, K. iTojax 
1*1 C Lang 8 Belario, Na tarsi, Stanley 

By Zens — Mias Oertcl, by IlandxnL 



11-16 1:47 fast 
1 1-16 l:Bh.r«st 
11:4.1 fast 
3-4 1 :lC’4goO‘l 
mud 3 



1 
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6 
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2 3 3 



C19I7 W’dbiae 
61587 I-<;X’lon 
6145 3 lax’ton 
C144# I.,cz’[on 
fr'mT F.G’t.ita ImTOy 1:49 
KUHLUX.. b. s. 7 

(Tr.i'ntr, C. V7. Hall. Owner, 

C2307 Coc-n’t hl l:u70y l:4(*;slo\v 21-H) 111 
02249 I'o.-in', ht ImlO.v l:45'a.murl lS-6 108 
C2I*J4 Cor.n’Kht 1 1-lS 1 :4SVira»t 21 109 

02091 .':!,K.);;.l 3-4 1 ;1 • a,r jst 7 117 

OlD’l 7,:t.l’.‘v. al 3-4 l:)Rtiast 41 113 

01780 M.ii i-h'a 1 19 fast 3-5 111 

3-4 1:14 good 4 112 
4 101 



103 

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103 4 6 

103 3 7 

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lif-5 


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Gregory 7 




Co; r.' h'. 


Im" 


ly 1 :nC-i,ni'i.l 


9 


91 


6 


6 


2»!t 


11 I. 


C.r -gory 6 


6219 4 


Coan’glit 


1 1- 


-16 Ll.'iitfast 


29 


108 


3 


6 


6’ 


4* F 


Hunt 7 


t. I (i 1 )i 


I’li.c 0 0 


1 1 


13 1:4. -..fa.st 


1) 


lly 


8 


9 


10’ 


10" ;> 


Swart 13 


ci5«n 


lindi'.o 




1 l;4:.".anud 


5 


IK 


6 


4 


44 


C*3 N 


Swart 12 


6 1 450 


0 


1 1- 


•W l:4ia..fi.et 


IJ 


H2 


10 


11 


5* 


6" i: 


Ui.'c 11 


Cl 267 


r..)w i-i 


1 1- 


•IS 1 ;.>l‘r„rnad 


6 


112 


c 


2 


1* 


2* II 


Thomas 8 


Clli7 


Ib'Wie 


1 1 


•16 1 ;.*.!',ifaat 


27-10 


U'S 


2 


1 


1* 


1* II 


Thomas 6 


6 1 1 i 


How ie 


1 1 


•16 1 .aCjifast 


8 


103 


6 


4 


44 


6*! H 


'Ihoiuas 7 


60i.S3 F 


<i r.ls 1 1 


■Hi ] 


l.fl'T-hvy 13-j 


i 102 


4 4 


6 


3 


3’ 


4* H 


'i'lioiims 10 



6«...>t5 F.G’r-.is liiiTo.v Llii’.livy 2 !iS 

6C2I2I F.G’ml.s 1 1-16 l.r.2’r,.hvy 16-5 102 
6*170 K.G’r.ds I 1-8 1.54 fast 10 1 '3 

FLILDERTTCIEDET, bik. g. 6 

iTra.nsr. \7. Caywood. Owner, W. 
02303 B.B'iineid 51 f I 52 

61911 Woodbiuo 3-4 LL'^kfast 9 

61430 II.dcG’ce 3-4 I:l.;\f,>.at 7 

01370 H.doG’cn 3-4 1 :IC«,Iast I’f 

6975.5 F.G’nds 1 1 15 l:47r.good 10 JIO 
E9C'J9 F.G’iida 3-4 1 :14'«,iriud 6 )• 9 

6.0577 F.G’l.d« ImTOy l:454tBood 8 1"S 

69457 F.G’nds lni70y l:46*sjnud 15 106 

69283 Jeffson 1 1-16 1 :4CAifaat 6 106 

69237 Jeff son 1 1-H 1 :4fr\.faat 10 105 

69033 JeffEon 3-4 l:154fcslovi 8 105 



3 3 4 5 

2 2 2 2 
3 13 3 

113 

. Cav-wood). 
110 2 19 
6 
6 
7 
» 

2 
6 
4 
4 
I 
4 



10 7 

a 
7 

4 

2 

6 

4 
3 
6 

5 



is H B Jones 7 Mi]fs.S., Jewell V. D.. Mad NeU 
3*1 H E JoneelO Iluzey, Eternity, Ilaisterer 
S’ 3’S II F. Jones 7 Pan.lkr-an, hljssRir G.. H. Maxim 

3* 2’ H K Jones 8 Tuhilip, Stonewall, tlpuient 

6* 5" C Dishmon 8 Megan, .Alverida, Stonewall 

4’ 21 II K Jones 0 M.BIos’m. I..Ix>raine. Bril.St.sr 

1‘1 I'l C iJibhmonlO V’lcdCoIlecn. Adventure. E.Bold 
By Broomstick— Valkyrie, by Hsmbsirg, 

3* 2s II Erl.ks’n G Dttke Raff, Romeo, Sira Brae 

1} 3'3 11 llrtcks’n C Natural, Itiiy.-illieii, San Brae 

2‘i 2’ H Eiivks’n 7 Joaquiua, Borieo, Natural 

6'J R IloCway 9 Mcm.io JiUiibo, Ciias.seur, Herron 

6’ It Ilorway 8 Virc-Chairu'an. K’tGraKS, I.’kyB. 

11 U Hoi’ way 7 liaiiycew, Fornevu, N.McKanney 

3* C Garner 0 Biiliot Proof, Biistow, Murray 
By Mao'tlnct — Chemulpo, by Ben Stroms. 



We.nry, AlmaWasser, SandMark 
Key. Duck. C>tarlitalm, l:.)yai’eu 
Itoyalliea, Kuklux, Sun I!ra# 
Jnaiiiiina, Kuklux. Romeo 
1 izer, Sniarly, Fantoche 
Sister Flo, Ijugiiler, Antilles 



Itonieo, .Io:io of Arc. Nightboat 
(Jiicen lilonde, I’j-yngar, Vciity 
Slid’lSnn. Rrih. Voter. T’ksteill. 
Sformon L’ldcr, The Wit, Eltahe 
3' 2’ J Owens 5 .M.iiasim. K.Rrum’l. U.KeinblB 

11 I'l J Owens 6 Walnut Hull, Romc-o. lutUe lad 

6* 6’1 J Owens 7 Tantalus. Exhorler, Ace 

By Peter Pan — Paintbrush, by Broomstick. 

5*1 M R'+iw’tzIl Carrouflage, Messines, K’tGrass 
16" It Rom’eliill Wraith, Actn-sa, High Gear 
"I’ll’ J ii ilmec 1.-, i.’Kf.Lire. Arrdi Go On, F.Tireni 
<* 4’1 J Merimec 13 Jock Scot, Tidings, Tiautuia 

Cl 7" J Merlmea 8 'Ibe AVit. Day IJIly, Marse John 

3* 3* J li M'ney 8 Col.Taylcr, 1‘auaman, Sagamore 

8 8’* J D M’ney 8 Wynuew’d, G.Gablea, Day IJlly 

31 3* E Scobie 6 Thimble, ’Wynnew’d, R. Traveler 

2* 1»* J D M’ney 8 SiaterFlo, Cnr.Bvents, Cote d'Oi 

6'i 5* A Gantner 8 Clean Gone, Haider, Verity 
S' S* J Meiimee 7 Pansman, Graysoa. Translata 



El I>orado 

Paula Shay 

Po.saible 

Driftwood 

Edict 

Second Race— Ahout 2 Milei, 

Purse $1,200. 4-yetir-olds and u;>ward. 

Steeplechase. 

Uoi Craig 

Qoecreek < Id ) .... 

New Haven 

Pea Serpent (II).. 

Ivemiun (M) .... 

bArmeuns (M ).... 

bComique (M) 

IfThe Virginian (M) 

Third Baoo— 3-4 Kite Main Conrte. 

$1,000. 3-year-olda and upward. 

(Track record: Sept. 1, 1919 — 1:10-) 

(61787) E D C, .A R AIJxAN 

I*OS 120 1:11% 

62470* bCahalan 103 1:12% 

62391 bPride of India 104 1:12’% 

6231S**bBrainxtorm 110 1:12% 

6SS91 bSt. Allan 108 1:12% 

6231S •bDo-.ghnnt 106 1:13% 

62512 bllalu 116 1:13% 

56666 Siuaw Man 100 1:12% 

62470 Mabel Cnrtl* 106 1:13% 

61175* Hullabaloo 

(62474) blla-ster Hand 115 1:13 

622C4 Montalvo 112 1:14 

66129 Zed 101 1:14% 

BKL3IONT PAKlv JOC 
F'rcm Jannnry 1, IDMl, to 



Sixth 



Fourth Race— 1 3-8 Miles. 

Bn:.nlng Con- iii-g Ciu’d Amorienn Oaks. 
(2, too Addvd. 

S-ycar-oid*. Filiies. Allownnces. 

(Track record: June 12, 1020 — 2:14)i — .3 — 12>1.) 

Tod j ’s 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Itec. 


A. 


Wt.il;;!i. 


(e?£6S) 


Emotion 






111X7.7.) 


(62071) 


M.iny Smiles 






114. .',4.’i 


ftisec* 


Bee’s Wax 






111. .740 


6207 1 


Rose llUl 






111. ,7.3.'. 


62474 


I’ndi-h 






111. .7.30 


6;*72 


King’s Fancy (M) 






111. .725 




Fifth Race— 1 Milo. 








HilUiiie Handicap. 






$1,200 Added. C-year-olds and upward. 


(True 


it rccor.l: June 1, 


1921— 1:.3'.’Kj- 


-5—118.) 


67352* 


Prlgntc 


.105 1:3'!’% 


4 


l’2.i. .770 


6X53 


Callgui.a 


• Ill 1:59 


4 


10.SX745 


62127’ 


bD.ivid Harum ... 


• llS 1;3S% 


5 


112X74.7 


62301 


I’.dlscl.r 


.100 1:37% 


i\ 


109 X 747 


e-if.is 


•Priy JlrLaugiilln. 


.11.3 i:;n 


4 


121X717 


(•:213.3) 


I:R:.cuse ile 


.143 1:11% 


3 


10'* X 740 


C!B04* 


bToil 




.3 


110.. 737 


(Gi.2S3) 


bWvunewixicl 


.103 \ 


1! 


1 14 X Till 


(63o20) 


bJuue C:-ass 


.118 1;.TS% 


3 


1 l!*J . . Till 


62SC-3 


bf licsterhrook . . . . 


. 9-. l:i!7% 


3 


112 . . 7:20 


G2173’ 


Tangeriae 


. Sh) 1:?9% 


3 


imixTdo 


(C2474) 


ItJIaster Hard . . . 


.112 1:33 Vs 


3 


115X727 


62513 


bT.vo Feathers . . 


.100 l:37';s 


4 


104. .725 




Sixth Race — 5-3 


Hila Stralgbt. 





Purse $1.00i'. 2-ycar-oIda. 

Special Weigiits. 



te. 




1 (Tmck record: Sept. 


12. 1918— r>5%- 


-2—110.) 


1. 


Srllieg. 


G7515 


Dustabout . . . . 


....117 1:00% 


117. .725 


-4 


—1.30. ) 


62515 


Chile 


117 1 :0O% 


115. .7’20 






62.321 


Hcmlvjllt 


117 1 .01s 


117.. 713 


4 


115. .750 


C222i» 


King Solomon’s 


Seal. 117 1:0! a 


117. .717 


4 


115. .740 


! 67431 


Sandy Hatch 


115 :r.9%a 


115. .710 


6 


12’’XT40 


6226’) 


Cyclops 




115.. 71 JO 


3 


115X740 


G-2225 


Giarre 




112. .('13 


fj 


122X740 


G3.515 


Wrangler 


113 1:01% 


117. .700 


3 


ia7 X 735 


63515 


Drogheda .... 


115 1:02% 


115. .700 


4 


115X730 


i 


K1 I>c ratio . . . 




112 


4 


117X730 




tMutiny 


. • • . 


115 


3 


105 X 730 




tStrcng'.ioid . . 




115 


3 


120. .725 




longboat 




li.5 


3 


120X 723 




Firing Devil . 




115 


4 


120. .725 




Stockninr .... 


.... 


115 


4 


115.. 720 


tJ. 


Butler entry. 


i 





KKY PF.IK’IO.N r.AGFS. 
3lay BU, I'Jlili, lucluMlve* 



Jockey. 


P.O. 


At or 
Over 
Wt 


MtA 


1st 


2d. 


Sd. 


Jockey. 


PC. 


At or 
Over 
Wt. 


Mts. 


1st 


2d. 


3d. 


S.xnde, B. ...... 


A3 


111 


412 


134 


W 


60 


Parke, B. ... 


... .12 


106 


833 


101 


114 


Ill 


Catrone, F. ..... 


..33 


05 


0 


2 


0 


0 


Buxton, M. .. 


... .12 


100 


374 


46 


5.5 


43 




.25 


105 


4-S4 


120 


107 


71 


Mooney, J. D. 


... .I’J 


107 


6.'.3 


73 


79 


87 


Lyke. L 

Sebettinger, A. . 


->*> 


111 


330 


74 


Cl 


42 


Callal'.an, J. . 


... .11 


93 


301 


32 


35 


43 


.21 


106 


130 


27 


10 


IS 


Walters, II. . 


... .U 
... .10 


95 

95 


9 

82 


1 

8 


1 

12 


0 

10 


Keogh, F. ...... 


.21 


lU 


288 


SO 


42 


43 


MoDonuolt, K. 


.. .10 


109 


1.34 


19 


16 


21 


Kuuiner, 0. .... 


.21 


109 


317 


63 


45 


47 




... .10 


104 


416 


43 


4’J 


43 


I.<nDg, C. 


.21 


100 1.180 


249 


193 


168 


Babin, G. ... 


... .09 


107 


.321 


28 


42 


45 


I’pum.xn, L. .... 




lOS 


871 


103 


161 


127 


Buliman, 8. . 


... .09 


101 


190 


18 


21 


26 


Bo: el, 0 


.20 


108 


25 


5 


4 


1 


Carter, H. ... 


... .00 


111 


508 


45 


36 


4J 


ra'.rbruGier, C. . 


.20 


114 


S3 


18 


14 


11 


Tupiin. H. ... 


... .03 


104 


36 


3 


4 


8 


Butwell, J 


.19 


116 


474 


88 


03 


78 


Metcalf, J. .. 


... .03 


112 


121 


10 


10 


15 


Morris, L. 


.1$ 


108 


750 


104 


88 


61 


Moore, 11. ... 


... .07 


107 


15 


1 


1 


1 


Marinelli, B. ... 


.19 


90 


750 


140 


133 


107 


lojwe, 8 


... .0!) 


100 


2.58 


10 


25 


81 


Tharber, U 


.17 


101 


432 


75 


58 


70 


Marts, R. ... 


... .60 


96 


85 


0 


8 


6 


Walls, P 


.17 


8S 


120 


20 


19 


11 


Pierce, J. ... 


... .06 


108 


35 


2 


5 


3 


J uiiinaoa. A. .... 


.13 


110 


308 


47 


49 


43 


CarroIL G. W. 


... .06 


1(0 


2S1 


17 


30 


35 


K liinmer, B 


.15 


101 


110 


16 


8 


16 


Ambrose, H. . 


... .00 


1()8 


138 


8 


11 


IS 


Robinson, C. ... 


.13 


111 


347 


32 


39 


40 


Doyle, T. J. . 


... .00 


95 


13 


1 


0 


2 


Kelsay, W 


.13 


110 


007 


90 


02 


86 


Harrison, M. 


... .05 


103 


193 


10 


23 


17 


Paler, E 


.13 


10« 


5.-.9 


71 


71 


77 


BueL C 


... .01 


111 


71 


1 


2 


5 


Mc.Atee, H 


.13 


106 


508 


68 


74 


85 


McNamee, R. 




95 


24 


0 


3 


8 


Miller, C. U. ... 


.13 


U4 


262 


85 


43 


33 


JelUy, R. ... 




98 


13 


8 


- 0 


0 


Ponce, 0 


.13 


103 


685 


87 


89 


89 


C.«tcllo, 1C . 




93 


1 


0 


0 


0 


Rice, T 


.13 


110 


318 


42 


48 


49 


Glick. H. ... 




98 


8 


0 


• 


a 


Thomas, IL .... 


.13 


08 


300 


41 


40 


43 


Mein, Q 




95 


12 


0 


1 


• 


Mooney, J 

1st RACE ^ 


.12 100 346 40 40 47 

1-2 F*arl'.>iaara Ntraitglit. 
(May ID, IDOS 51 2- 


2-year-oldji. 

—112.) 


Pllllen. Special 


Welgrlkta. 



Index Course 
CONTACT, b. f. 2 122 

(Trainer, J. Loftnz. Owner, Oak Ridge Ctakle). 



Dtat Time T’ck Od.lv Wt St % Str Fin Jockeya Started Order of Finish 

By Sea King — Bamhl, by McGee. 



1* 1* C Rob’son 11 Pay Dear, Chcapslde. Giarre 
4J 6’* C Rob’son 9 Crochet, Sister Sue, 'rbe Kiss 
4 4’* L Penman 5 C.Pantages, W.WaUiug. E.Beaa 
By Stax Shoot — Affection, by Isidor. 



C'2295 Belmont 4) f st 55%mud 7 115 3 3 

62 123 Belmont 4) f at 61 faat U 1!5 3 3 

61932 Jamaica. 6-8 1:00 fast 30 108 4 4 

PAY DEAR. ch. f. 2 (K) KH 

(Trainer, W. S, 'Walker. Owner, J, £. Hadden). 

62475 Belmont 4* f st M fast lS-6 116 7 4 6) 2i B Mari' eni20 MissSmith, Nantokah, SilkTaaed 

1® 11 11 6» 6^ B Parke 14 Newio’ket, St. V.-il’tine. Marigate 

4* 2* R UcD*ot»ll Contract, Cheapsida, GLazrs 
By Vnlcain — Belpfaeabe, by OrsinL 



C2394 Belmont 5-1 st 59 fast 
62'205 Belmont 4i f st &5%mud 7-U 116 6 
EELPHRIZONIA, b. f, 2 (M) 107 

(Trainer, H. T, Griffin. Owner, J. B. Smith). 

9* 6*i II Fator 11 Cresta, BquinoctlaL SoHaa 

3* 3*1 A Johnson 8 Kindr^. Oul Oui, UompingMary 

3* S»i J D M’ney 9 Sympathy, Sweetheart, Arizack 

Z| t'i J D M’neylU Sympathy. OniOnl, Son.Duciuw 

*1 113 11 11 M* 14*» J D M'neyl3 FigbtingCMk, OniOnl, FullSpena 
Ul 7*1 J D M’ney 9 Avlaack, F’rAgnea, KiCWilliams 

6*4 6'* J D M’neyll Arisack, Fight. Co^ P.andTake 

. - By George amith— Dozia, by Ogdaa. 

(Tnuner, R. A. Smith. Owaar, W. K. Jeffexte). 

^Imont 44 f st 5$ fast 4 IM 8 1 4 11 L. Merrta 30 PayDear, Nantokah. SRk ThsnM 

62394 Betmont 6-8 st 69 faat 49 M6 19 T 81 4*i L. Morris 14 Newm’ket. BLVal’tiw. Mar’galo 



62233 


Belmont 


5-8 at 


£8%mtid 


K 


10» 


9 


• 


61905 


Churchill 


4) f 


53%faM 


17-6 


118 


3 


8 


61813 


Churchill 


1-2 


48 Blow 


18 


U4 


8 


B 


61742 


Churchill 


1-3 


47%faat 


C3 


118 


1 


8 


C1621 


l..ex‘ton 


4| f 


54 fast 


n 


U2 U 


11 1 


f 1514 


l>cz’ Lon 


1-2 


«%hvy 


u 


U4 


1 


T 


tl4.3« 


Lex' ton 


1-2 


42%good 


20 


118 


8 


• 


MT£>S SildTS| 


f, 2 






12s 








Thursday, June 15, 1922 



DATT.Y RACING FORM. 



VIOLET KERSEHEAU, blk.f, 2(H) 107 

(Trainer, S. J. Lawler. Owner, Allies Stable). 
r. 247 .'} Helmont 4J f st &6 fast 60 116 13 19 1 

<;23«0 I'-elmcnt 6-8 st 59Hfast 30 112 13 8 1 

62321 nelmont 5-8 st tSlislow 30 112 7 2 

simple:^ b. f, 2 (K) 1«7 

tTrainer, 3, Kc^rmack. Owner, Belair Stud), 
62475 Belmont f st 56 fast 30 116 14 16 : 

Biiet start for tlie followins: 

EL DORADO, ch. f, 2 (M) 107 

(Trainer, T. J. Healey. Owner, W, J. Salmon). 

PAULA SHAY, blk. f, 2 (M) 107 

(Trainer. S. J. Lawler. Owner, Allies Stable), 

POSSIBLE, ch. f, 2 (M) 107 

(Trainer, W. HcEnight. Owner, F. Johnson), 

ERIFTU'OOD, ch. f, 2 (H) 107 

(Trainer, V7. Hogan. Owner, J. Butler). 

EDICT, b. f, 2 fM) 107 

(Trainer, S. C. Hildreth. Owner. Rancocas 1 



By Short Crass — ^Kennyetto, by Clifford. 

16' 17'* T Davies 20 MissSmilh, PayDear, Nantokah 
10* 12'* T Davis 14 Soldier 11., H<‘n Wood. Soviet 
6'J 6'* A Gantner 9 Ambler. S. Hutch, KingSol.-’Seal 

By Wrack — Smilax, by Star Shoot. 

17* IS'* H Thoniasia) MiusSmitb, PayDenr, Nonliikali 

By ITltimus — Helen Barbee, by Peep o’Day. 

By George Smith — Affiance, by Clifftwd. 

By Bltimus — Lida Flush, by Royal Flush IH. 

By Pebbles — Napping, by Peter Pan. 



HALU, b. g, 4 
(Thniner, M. 
62.512 Belmont 
I 62291 Belmont 
I 62004 Btdmont 
61307 II dcG’ce 
'7)8749 Bowie 
i 6872 I Bowlo 
58666 Bowie 
6848.5 Pimlico 
584 39 Pimlico 
54340 Jamaica 



Hirsch. Owner, G. W. Loft). 

1 LSSltfast 12 111 3 

1 l:41%mud 7-5 IIS 6 

1 l;38VSf.'iat 15 112 7 

lni70y 1:4.5 good 28 109 1 

lm70y 1:49 mud 19 117 6 

1 1-lC l:6.3',imud 3-2 113 1 

lm70y l:485iislow 14 106 5 

2 3:59Khvy 8 132 1 

3-4 DlO'Aslop 19-10 119 6 

3-4 l:14'Agood 3i 110 9 



SaUAW MAN, br. g, 4 116 

(Trainer, N. L. Byer, Owner, J. Lautenberg). 
58066 Bowie lm70y 1 :4S%sIow 6 110 4 2 1 1 

6S645 Bowie ImTOy 1:50 slow 21-5 108 111 1 

5JB41 Pimlico 3-4 l:12)ifast 24 106 6 6 5 



5S645 Bowie 
58.541 Pimlico 
68095 Empire 
57891 Jamaica 
57709 Jamaica 



1 l:435ifast 3 
3-4 1:13 fast 10 
6i f l:06?ifast 7 



By Jim Gaffney — Royal Message, by Star Shoot. 
SUble). 



2nd RACE A'bont 11 91 lies. Steeplechase. 4-jear-olds and upward. Allow- 



ROI CRAIG, b. b. 6 154 

(Traarer, V. Powers. Owner, Greer.tree Stable). 



By Roi Herode— Candacraig, by Orme. 



MABEL CUBITS, ch. f, 3 1C5 

(Trainer, C. Buxton. Owner, C. Buxton). 
62470 Belm’nt 3-4 MC 1 :lS%f.ast 30 106 10 10 

61478 Jamaica 5} f 1:06 fast 20 102il0 9 

61411 H.dcG’ce 61 f l:07%fast 25f 102 7 13 

61221 Bowie 3-4 l:15%mud 79 101 3 3 

61129 Bowie 3-4 l:14'/ifast (7 KB 6 6 

604..9 F.G’nds ImTOy l:45)tfaat 6 107 4 7 6 7 



By King James — Adelinette, by Melton. 

3' 4*1 B Mari’elll 7 Translate, Tribune. Zealot 

3* 3*1 E Sande 6 Sad.andBnots, 1. Brigadier, lailly 

71 7*1 B Marinelli 9 BillyWatts, Translate, Sir. Maid 

6'i 6"> B Marinelli 6 Our Flag, Tom McTaggart, Jog 

2' 3*1 C Ponce 7 Slippery Kim, SandyBcal, Oriole 

1* IJ Ij Morris 6 Clean Gone, Fairway, Ticacey 

4| 32 GW CTrol! 0 Bluffer, T.But’ns, K.of t.ll’tliet 

Ran out.C M'gler 5 laist Man, Briganna, Sobrigade 
S’" 21 B Marinellil3 Cam’flage, Vulcanize, Turnabout 
4* 22 E KummerlO Meuaines, Sea Cove, Vibrute 

By Chuctanunda — Little Fraud, by Deceiver. 

31 6*2 E Pool 6 Bluffer, Ten Buttons, Halu 

2* 2' J Zoeller 9 Theluimb. kfidniglilSiiii, Smarty 

4»* 6*1 G W Car’ll 9 K.of t.II’tlier, C’mandule, M.Cop 

2* 2* L McAtee 3 Frigate, Beacb Star 

1* 1| J Zoeller 8 Frigate, Siren Maid. Light Rom 

8* 3* L< McAtee 7 A. llarailton. Monastery, Frigate 

By McGee — Dutch Barbara, by Flying Dutchman. 

10» 10'* M Buxton 11 Sea Mint, Bud Fisher, Cahalan 

9* 8'* A Gantnerl2 U’dKobin, SeaMint, Camouflage 

12' 12'* A GantnerlS Ultimata, MissKm.G., Kan. Bean 

3* 3*1 A Gantner 8 Capel’iilar, MissEm.G., K.lirura’l 

6' 6’1 A Gantner 9 Avispa, MissKm.G., Cape Pillar 

8' 8" M Buxton 9 D. Sinker. M’acle&Ian, 11. Kemble 



62430 Brimont Ab 2 3:rC fast 12 144 2 

4.20C9 B. Imont Ab 2 3:47=h.fast 9 10 147 8 

Cl 864 Jamaica 1 1-lC l:4C:*t,fast 60 lOO 4 
Belmont Ab 2 3:53iifa3t 4i 139 4 2 2 
44722 Pimiico 2 3:.S2 fvst 3-2 140 6 2 2 

44694 I’lmlico 2 4:05 slow 1-2 135 4 4 3 

44f.l3 l.jiurel Ab 2 4:02 slow 7 140 4 1 1 

428W) Jaiiialca 3-4 1.12‘^'ajst 8 107 6 6 

42711 Belmoiit 1 1 :37H:fast 20 1J7 6 4 6 

42569 Belmont 3-4 1:12 fast 15 115 4 6 

42439 Jamaica 3-1 l:15\s;op 16-5 113J 4 2 

42402 Jamaica 3 4 1:14 last 3 IIS 3 2 

42178 H.detJ ce 3-4 l:12Vfasl 13 111 3 5 

42102 ll.ueG'ce 6i f l:06Vi.fast 13-5 115 4 3 

42079 ll.deG'ce 6j t l:ct>4ifast 7 112 2 2 

41J37 Bowie 3-4 1 :15?jgoodl3-10 115 1 1 

GUECREEK, b. c, 4 (11) 130 

(Trainer, 11. Brady. Owner, J. E. Davis 

62130 Belmont Ab 2 3:66 fast 4 130 1 



1* 1'® V Powers 3 Quecreek, Wisest Fool 
3* 3’* V I’owers 10 Neap-tide, I’eecant, Bullseye 
4 4'® II Thomas 4 Hephaistos, Sedgefield, Georgie 

Fell. V Powers 7 Sweepraent, Bullseye, Joyful 
1® I'i V Cowers 8 Kwoneshee. Ksriuimau, Houdini 

I'i l*i W Keating 7 Twiford. W.I’aiat, Westminster 

2® 2”* W Keating 6 Kwuiieslioe, Gargoyle, Sea San 

4J 4*) L. Fator 7 Out the Way, Wliimsy, Vouneed 

4‘i S'* \V J O'U’n 5 Purchase, ’riiunderelap, Uayiiue 

3' 3* W J O'B’n 7 I’eterPiper, S’tlasb II., Abudane 

1' 2'J W J O'B’n 8 Pastoral Swain, Ceramic. Scoots 

2* 1* W J O’B'n 7 W’miover, J’esceiiee, St.tju’ntiu 

6* 4J G Biiri;s 7 Subulidar, Jack la^ary, Onico 

4* 6*J O Burns 7 I.a;nise V., Su’oabdar, Jacklx-ary 

2°* 3' G Burns 9 MarsM’iise, Quietude, J’okl.eary 

I'i I'i W J O B’n 6 Duchess l..ace. Mahony, Frizciir 

By Huon — Jessie Woodson, by Scorpion. 



HULLA BAL OO, b. g, 3 120 By Peter Pan — Folderol, by Burgomaster, 

(Trainer, W. C. Clancy. Owner, W. C. Clancy). 

61175 Bowie 6J f l:22%good 1-3 105 4 2 2* 2* H Thomas 6 EicuseMe, JohnMorrill, Tronbleg 

Cl 145 Bowie 6J f l:21*ifast 9-5 100 6 1 1* 1“ H Thomas 8 Sweepy, FanuieBean, Gr. Mayers 

61122 Bowie 6i f l:08Vsfast 1-2 116 9 6 3i 2‘i L. Morris 12 Apex, Zorro, Welcome Strauger 



MASTER HAND, b. c. 3 120 

(Trainer, W. H. Karrick. Owner, W. R. Coe), 
162474 Belmont 1 1 :39',4faj!t 18-6 112 3 S 

; 02264 Belm’t 6i f MG' 1 :lS14good 41 106 4 6 

; 62038 Belm’t 6i f MC 1 ;l&7tfast 3i 121 1 2 

j 61937 Jamaica 3-4 l:12)ifast 6 115 4 4 

61787 Jamaica ImTOy l:44%fast 13-10 110 1 2 



61517 Jamaica 3-4 l:15Vsmud 
55001 Belmont 5-8 st IdXDsfaat 



120 By Ballot — Shuck H., by Jean Bereaud. 

r, W. R. Coe). 

18-6 112 3 3 2' l*i C F“b’ther 9 Venizelos, I.ielterman, Excelsis 
4J 106 4 6 4| 3i J McCoy 9 Ihiydue, D’gliii’Jt, K.of t.Il’ther 

3i 121 1 2 2* 3' C F’b’Uier 9 Finality, Doiiglinut, Excuse Me 

6 115 4 4 2' 2* J Callahan 9 IrisliSea, Olyiithus, Dan Boiling 

-10 no 1 2 2'* 2=S C F b’ther 6 Rose Hill, Daniel A., Algoa 

4 115 2 ,2 2* l'> C F’b’ther 8 Nantucket, So It Goes, StoneJug 

50 115 10 10 10' 10*i C F’b’lherl4 Broomflux, KnotGrass, Olympus 



62317 Belmont 
62178 Belmont 
62104 Belmont 
61708 I'imlico 
61613 I'imiico 
f874;i Bowie Ir 

5i>5;i4 Bowie In 

f.Rf;b0 Bow ie 1 

5.VC36 Bovvia 
58473 Pimlico 



at Ab 2 3:66 fast 

rit Ab 2 4:01%slow 

nt Ab 2 3:47=41ast 

at Ab 2 3:58 fast 

o 2 3:.'75-')&slow 

o 2 3:53 fast 

ImTOy 1 :49 mud 25 
IniTOy 1:49 slop 1 
1 1-15 l:51^hvy 7 
6-i f l:21*t.hvy 35 
1 l:457i.hvy 29 



3 3 2'® W M’oney 3 

2 2'* 2' J Pierce 4 

4 3* 3* J Pierce 7 

Ran out. W M honey 10 

4 4“ 3*® W Mah ney 9 

6 4 4** W M honey 7 

5 6® 6'* C llob’son 7 

4 4 4'® C Rob’son 4 

2 2* 2“k C Rob'son 6 

2 3'i 3® J Zoeller 7 

5 6 6'* B Marinelli 0 



Roi Craig, Wisest Fool 
I.’gJiEagle, I. Find, TheVirg’sn 
B.ofii.Miiwr, Bullseye, S'mangha 
E’gliKagle, K.llarlau, Sw’tKiss 
N’p-tuie, H’ybnbnm. HJlarlan 
Earlocker, Sea Tale, Briganna 
Slippery- Elm, Sandy Beal, Halu 
Devastiit’n, I'as.Swain, Ir. Dream 
Super, Sunnyland, K.’sCbampion 
Oriole. K.of t.U’Uier, Devastat’n 
BungaBnek, Bastille, Thun'clap 



MONTALVO, b. o, 4 120 By Friar Rock 

(Trainer, R. A. Sn:ith. Owner, Sunnyland Stable). 

62264 Belm’t 6J f MC l:lS%good 30 112 9 9 8* 6*J L Morris 

68064 Laurel ImTOy l:44?xfast 13-6 108 4 3 3 4 3i 2*3 L Morris 

57976 I.aurel 1 l:41Vifast 5i HO 1 C 4 4 4* 4*1 L Morris 

57869 Laurel 1 l:41)ifast 19 107} 6 8 7 7 7> 6®} L Morris 

57765 Laurel 1 1-16 l:46%fast 8 10e 433 St®8 4*L Morris 



57488 H.dfcG’ce 



1 l:U)ifa8t 12 



NEW HAVEN, h. g, 13 144 By Filigrane— Ethel Thomas, by Himyar, 

(Trainer, F, B, Brodus. Owner, L. J. Raymond). 

62471 Belmont Ab 2 4:014ifast 25 143 6 € 6 C** C Hines 8 Ards, Syosset, Tell Me 



ZED, b. c, 4 115 

(Trainer, T. Moran. Owner, W, L. B, 
58129 I.aurel ImTOy l:46%fast 16 107 3 1 

57938 Laurel 1 1-16 l:49-\fast 22-5 103 6 6 

67672 Laurel 1 1-16 l:48)ifast 30 103 1 2 

67453 H.deG'e ImTOy l:4T)ifa8t 16-5 114 5 2 

57385 H.deO’ce 6} f 1:07 fast 106 110 10 

56495 Sar'toga 1 l:39%fast 15 115 6 < 



62265 Belmont Ab 2 3:5,')%good 10 157 4 6 4* 4** C Hines 6 K. Harlan, Syosset, UoyalGreens 56363 Sar’toga 3-4 1:12 fast 100 101 9 



62124 Bilmont Ab 2 3:52 fast 25 144 1 3 3'® 3** C Hines 6 Moiiican, Wis’tFocI, BronzcEagle 

61579 Pimlico 2 4:02«r.fast 22 144 6 6 Fell. R Wilson 7 Infidel 11., Smithf’d, K'nllarian 

61396 H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:0S-)ifast 67 139 6 6 6’® 5*" C Hines 11 Ix-Marsuuin, D. Shore, Fair Mac 

f-8609 I'imlico 2 4:02tt,hvy 14 134 8 6 6 4 4* 6»* G Smoot 8 O’matcli, Infidel 11., J.A.S’ridan 

685S0 Pimlico 2 1-2 5:08 mud 18 130 1 4 3 3 3 3t H I’hillli>s 4 Vigilante, Mlnata, Le Marsouiu 



By Friar Rock — Catherine Carson, by Ben Strome. 
id Stable). 

9 9 8* 6*} L Morris 9 D.iydue, Doughnut. Masterlland 

3 4 3} 2*} L Morris 4 N. Raider, Greuad’r. Tus. Maiden 

4 4 4* 4*} L Morris 7 Fairway, Niglit Raider, Servitor 

7 7 7' 6*} L Morrlc 9 Bridesman, BaHtille, Jeg 

3 8 8“k 4* L Morris 4 Dark Horse, Jeg, Copper Demon 

1 3 3'} 7*} A Tryon 8 Rubidium, TbeArcber, H.Rake* 

By Ballot — Rosa Marie, by Mazie. 

Martin), 

1 3 6* 6* J Callahan 8 Widow Bedotte, Belario, Natnral 

6 6 7" 7*} J Callahanll Brib. Voter, Gath, S’tcli Verdict 

3 3 7} 8* J Callahan 9 Lad’s Ix)ve, Comrae Cl, Rud<iuo1 

1 1 1* 1* J Callahan 8 Gallivant, Stanley, Fern Grass 

9 9 8" 10»i J Callahanl2 'The Boy, AppleJackll., I. Frank 

6 6 6* 4* J Callahan 6 Sagacity, Gallivant, Arapahoe 

8 9 9 9'* J Callahan 0 Tryster, Messinea, Polytlils 



>lfh RAPC ^ IMHe.e. Coachine Clnh American Oakn. R-ycar-ol«ls. Filllea. 

‘till IlHUE. Alluvvauees. (Jane lli, IDTTO ajl4 1-G 3 IRG.) 



EEA SERPENT, ch. m, 5 (H) 130 

(TTainer, J. H. Lewis. Owner, J. E. V/ 

F.40rj; I’imlico 2 4:15 hvy 6 135 2 6 

5.’’987 Pimiico 2 4 :062:^‘'Io w 18 134 8 4 

638r>4 ll.dcG’ce 3-4 l:12';5fast 100 102 4 

B.'^SIO lI.ileG'e ImTOy 1:44 fast 98 ItNJ 2 2 

43E71 C.H’nts Ab3-4 fast 5 119 4 

IVEHNIAN, h. c. 4 (M) ISO 

(Trainer, J. K. Lewis. Owner, J. E. Widenor). 
54C77 B< Imont 1 1:39 fast 2 121 1 5 4 3 2 

64374 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:45 fast 2 109 3 6 6 8 8 

54230 Jamaica ImTOy l:44%fast 10 113 1 2 2 2 2 

6113;i Latonia 3 4 1 :13%fast 39-10 112 6 6 6 3 

6077.S Jamaica 3-4 l:13V8fast 5 114 2 4 6 6 

ARKENUS. h. g. 5 (M) ISl 

(Owner. J. E. ’Widener). 

48099 Jamaica 1 1 !C 1:47 ficst 7 105 
44121 Jamaica 3-4 I:15',afast 13-5 115 



130 By Seahorse II. — Ogress, by Eon. 

J. E. V/ideuer). 

135 2 6 3 1 1" 2" S Bush 6 Norfhwsnl. Ii 

134 8 4 5 4 4® 4'* S Bush 9 Houdini, Royi 

102 4 6 6 6} 6'* A Allen 7 UisCiioiee, P< 

lot* 2 2 3 6 6* 6** A Allen 7 Neddam, Tan 



6 Norfhwsnl. Ireland, S. Skipper 
0 Houdini, Royal Arch, Blysian 

7 UisCiioiee. PollyAnn, FmltCake 
7 Neddam, Tantalus, Sundial IX. 



EMOTION, <*. f. 3 111 

(Trainer, G. M. Odom. Owner, R. L. 
62266 Belmont 1 l;37%good 3-10 118 

62179 Belm’nt 3-4 MC 1 :12%faat 1-7 l'-5 

I 61784 Jamaica 3-4 l:13'/sfa8t 7 HI 



I 58540 Pimlico 
5848S Pimlico 



3-4 l:12%fast 16 
3-4 l:16?t,hvy 2 



1 1 1" 31 R Ball 4 W.thel’lank. Weary, S’nandoah 1 58347 Empire ImTOy l :45%fast 1-2 



By Llangihhy — Fleur d’Orange, by WiUiam the Third, ■ Empire 5} f l:06^&fast 9-6 115 



1-7 l'-5 
7 HI 
109 10 
105 6 

97} 4 1 



Gerry). 

1 1 1* 1* E Sande 6 B.*sWa.x, K.’sFancy, M’y’dBelle 

6 3 1' 1* E Sande 5 Sherando, K.’sFancy, Bee’sW.vx 

3 11® 1*} E Sande 8 Bee's Wax, Sherando, Uhewink 

9 11 10" 11" E Taylor 13 Good Times, Relay, Picnic 

4 4 3" 2'} L Fator 6 Good Times, R< lay, t'iansman 

1 1 1* 1' E Kummer 5 Thimble, L’yEm’line, T.Ruttona 

111" 3'} E Sande 6 reiiilent, MniyPalricia, Prelude 
3 3 8* 3*1 L McAteo 6 Rununtcll, Kai Sang, MyI'la.T 

8 3 8® 8** E Sande 9 L.Baltim’e, Itee’.sWax, M.Pat’a 

3 11* 1*} L Fator 6 Wislilxuie, Confusion, M. Patricia 

1} 1" L Fator 6 Dolores. P.QiiiRoule, Plum. Blue 

6 S' 2" L Fator 8 My Reverie, Penileiit, Wisldione 

5 4 4} 4*} E Scoble 12 Missionary, All Over, My Play 

3 4* 3* C H Miller 8 LadyRallimore, Dolores, Ph.Rlu* 



By Friar Rock — Affection, by Isidor 



58093 Empire Ab 3-4 l:09)tfast 8 



44043 Jamaica 



5) f 1:07 fast 13-5 115 2 



COKIGUE. br. g. 5 (M) 131 

(Trainer, J. H. Lewis, Owner, J. E. Widener). 
CI445 Pimlito 2 3:53-^fast 26 139 6 7 

64.742 Belmont Ab 2 4:00 fast 8-5 137 6 4 4 6 



5432:: Bel. Ter. 



fast 6-5 145 6 4 3 



43626 Belincnt 5-8 st l:00*sgood 16-5 110 1 4 4 

43693 U.H’lits Abo 4 good 7-5 112 3 4 4 

THE VlP.GIi;iAN, ch. c, 4 (M) 130 

(Trainer, M. Brady. Owner, Dosoris Stable). 



2* 2"* E Sande 7 Flambette, JoanMarie, Quecreek 

8 7" C Turner S Knobbie, SportiugBlocal, Rauksia 

2'® 1} C Turner 8 8(-dgefieId, Diomedes, R’nnlugton 

3} 1® F C’U..ettl 8 AlIRightSir, LWldrlg, C’tVlew 

6* 6*} C Turner 8 DernierSou. CareFree. Bl'kNight 

By Irish Lad — Armenia, by Meddler. 

3} 4* T Rowan 11 Debadon, Royallieu. T’ngAdam 

1* 1* C Kummer 4 UayAUey, ServiceStar, TenCan 

2* 2* L Fator 4 1. Dream, Tliun’bird, U. Weapon 

By Bryn HawT — Valentine, by Marta Santa. 

8** 7** D Byers 9 Peccant, Flying Scout, Sobrigade 
4 4‘* C Smoot 6 Tattle, J. A. Sheridan, Saywhich 

1' 2- C Smoot 5 Ix'Cliiel 11., I.’gTrail, L.Kath’n 

4* 6*i P Musg’ve 6 Red Domiuo. Starry Belle, Steve 

4 3‘* J Zoeller 4 S. Serpent. Br.Llne, Indiscretion 

By Celt — LogistiRa, by Locohatchee. 



57967 Jamaica 
67614 Jamaica 
57517 Aq’duct 
57335 Aq’duct 
57199 Aq’duct 



5} f l:06^fast 8-6 U2 9 
6} f 1 :07',5slow 6-5 120 1 

3-4 fast 6-5 114 5 

6-8 l:00%mud 5 HI 4 
S-4 1 :i4%good 15 107 6 



57033 Belmont 5-8 st 59Vtfast 8-6 HO 2 8 4* 3* C H Miller 8 LadyRallimore, Dolores, Ph.Blu* 

MAN Y SMILES, ch. f, 3 114 By Harmonicon— Laughaway, by Cicero. 

(Trainer, W, H. Karrick. Owner, 'W. R. Coa). 

: 62071 Belmont 1 l:37Vtfast 10 113 4 1 1« 1} C F’b’ther 9 Chat. Thierry, PollyAnn, L Straw 

161936 Jamaica 3-4 l:12%fast 3-2 HO 5 1 1'} 1* J Callahanll Slicrandn, Excelsis, ('. Marrone 

j 61784 Jamaica 5-4 1 :13)(,f.'i£t 7-6 H7 5 3 3} 6'* C F’b’ther 8 Kinolioii, Bee’s AVax, Sherando 

61703 Jamaica 1-4 l:12^fast 6-5 Ho 1 1 1* 1* C F’b'ther 4 Nightmare, MounlUope, Fayelle 



62317 Bvlincnt Ab2 4:01%slow 7-10 135 2 

62232 lb imont Ab 2 3:.53)-mud 2 130 5 

6’21«>4 lb Imont Ab 2 S:.** fast 2} 137 3 

C170.S Pimlico 2 3:.'>5')oslow 9 140 7 

58263 Ix'x' ton 1 1-16 1 :47'/ifaat 13 
58133 Church’ 1 3 4 1:13%fast 36 



58133 Church’ 1 
578V7 I^atonia 



-4 1 :17*5mud 12f lOS 11 



67459 I>atonia 1 1-16 1 :5’2\hvy 10 107 7 7 6 

57425 Latonia 3-4 l:16%hvy 12 104 9 6 

65368 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :47V&fast 17-5 110 9 8 6 

K-:t52 Lalonla 1 1-16 l:46%fast 6} HO 2 Los 

66024 Latonia 1 1-4 2:05%fast 33-10 97 2 2 3 
54756 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :53Vxmud 17-6 106 111 



7-10 135 2 Ix)St rider.L Cheyne 4 L’gbEagle, Quecreek, L’kyFlnd 

2 130 6 6 7 7** L Cheyne 7 Hallavil, SeaSkip’r, Royal Arch 

2} 127 3 I..ost rider. L Cheyne 10 L’gliEagle, K. Harlan, Sw’tKiss 

9 140 7 Fell. L Cheyne 9 N’p-tide, Houybnhnm, Quecreek 

1G6 4 4 4 4 4 4’~ E Pool 4 Tan Son. Plus I'ltra, JohniioKbor 

109 14 13 13 13* 13** H J Burke 15 Judge Pryor, Tharon, Berniont 

lOS 11 10 8 8} 7'} E Barnes 12 Furbelow, Dimples, Harold K. 

107 7 7 6 7 9'} 9''* E Scoble 11 HlarneyStone, SeaCourt, Kama 

104 9 6 4 4“* 6*} E Scoble 9 Begl’ardon, Dimples, SeaCourt 

110 9 8 6 4 Fell. T Murray 9 JakeFeld. RapidStride, Fifill. 

no 2 Lost rider. E Scobic 12 May Bodine, L'ugbRed, Cut Up 

97 2 2 3 3 2} 2® E Scoble 4 Whirling Dun, Jetsam, Corydon 

IK 111 1 1* 1'} E Scoble 11 Bluck Rock, Nordeck, Romper 



BEE’S ■WAX, b. 

(Trainer, G. 
i C236G Bcimont 
j 62179 Belm’nt 
61784 Jamaica 
61G10 Jamaica 
61477 Jamaica 
58C91 Bowie 
58663 Bowie 
58350 Empire 
{58117 Empire 
.ITOG? Jamaica 
157762 Jamaica 



f, 3 

M. Odom. Owner, 
1 l:37?tgood 
3-4 MC l:12%fast 
3-4 l:13*4fast 
6} f 1 :06'4tfast 
6} f l:05V8fast 
7-8 l:28)isiop 
6-i f l:21H.slow 
6-8 l:00%fast 
6} f l:06'tifast 
5} f 1 :06*ifast 
5} f l:K^fast 



111 

R. L. Gerry). 
3-10 Ho 4 2 

1- 7 118 3 3 

9-6 117 2 3 

2- 6 115 2 2 

20 104 3 1 

9 106} 3 6 

6 103} 5 6 

6 107 6 3 

6-5 109 3 1 

11-6 107 5 S 

18-5 113 5 1 



By Celt — Honey Bee, by Hamburg, 

* 2* L McAtee 6 Emotion, K.’sFancy, M’yl’dRelle 

'} 4*} L McAtee 5 Eniction, Sherando, King’sFaucy 

* 2*} L McAtee 8 Emotion, Slierando, Chewink 

" 1'} L Mc.Atee 3 Column, Jolinny Dundee 

* 1' L McAtee 12 St. Henry, JiineGniss. Galantm'n 

.'® 5'* C Ponce 6 Hepliaistos, I’liicky, Yasluaak 

} 3* C Ponce 12 Ali Pair, Moco, IMucky 

‘ 2'} C Ponce 9 L’kyHour, Phan. Bine. Bl’ksfone 

* S*} C Ponce 7 M. Patricia, Preluile, Phan. Blue 

* 2} C Ponce 9 L.Baltini’e, M. Patricia, S. Teller 

* 1* C Ponce 9 IrisliConfctti. AnnaM., Cbewink 



3rd RACE 



!>-4 Milo Main 

1, 1!»1}» 1:10 R-r. — 



3-year-olds and upward. 
1 130.> 



SelliuK. ( Sept. 



EDGAR ALLAN POE, h. g. 4 115 By McGee 

(Trainer, S. C. Hildreth. Owner, Rancocas Stable). 



Cl 767 Jamaica 
€1677 Jamaica 
61520 Jamaica 
5.'i792 Empire 
65635 Empire 



3-4 l:ll*tfast 6-5 1 
S-4 1:11 '(.fast H-5 1 
3-4 l:13'/smud 1 L 
1 l:402ifasl 1-4 IH 1 
6} f l:06%fast 6 112 3 



BOSE HILL, ch. f, 3 111 By Berrilldon — Belle Clem, by Contestor. 

(Trainer, J, Loftns. Owner, Oak Ridge Stable). 

62971 Belmont 1 l:37iifast 6 liS 6 7 6* 6*} L Fator 9 M. Smiles, Cb.Thierrv, Polly Ana 

61901 Jamaica ImTOy l:44)ifa3t 11-6 112 1 1 1' 2* L Fator 4 AllOvcr, Nativelaind'. Cliesterbr’k 

61787 Jamaica ImTOy 1 :44%fast 4-6 105 3 1 1*} 1=} C Lang 6 Master Hand, Daniel A., Algoa 

61521 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:48', imud 2} KM 2 3 3‘* 3® L Fator 4 Wynnewood, SeaCovo. llenryG. 

53249 Empire Ab 3-4 l:10)4fast 13-10 107 1 4 3'} 1' L Fator 6 Nose Dive, Cbewink, Thnibrel 

67887 Jamaica 3-4 l:13%fust 4} 106 1 7 6' 2* L Fator 10 Reparation. Nose Dive, Rollatrix 

67517 Aqueduct 5-4 fast 7 107 1 6* 5* L McAtee 6 Emotion, Dolores, P.Qni Route 

57322 Aqueduct 3-4 l:14»6mud 18-5 99 7 6 6* 5*1 T Finn 7 M’wrcoron. G.McM’kin, Do’ghnut 

56090 Belmont 6} f st l:04tn(n.st 20 107 8 7 6 ' 4*} L Fator 11 NancyF., M. Patricia. Prodigious 

6G463 Saratoga 6-8 l:0(8*ifast 9-6 115 6 4 4* 2" L Fator 9 Avispa, Oo’ong. Bellatrix 

56341 Saratoga 6} f 1:07 fast 6 115 2 4 3* 2|i E Ambrose 8 Citation. Story'Peiler, Dolores 

56187 Saratoga 6-8 l:01)tmud 20 109 10 10 10} 8*1 E Ambrosell Nedna, Roulette, Caretaker 

tUisqualified. 

PRUDISH, blk. f 8 111 By Peter Pan — Polly Flinders, by Burgomaster. 

(Trainer, J. Rowe. Owner, H. P. Whitney). 

62474 Belmont 1 l:29}sfa8t 13-6 107 6 • •* 6'® L Morris 9 M’terHand, Venizelos, I.el’rman 

62390 Belmont 1 1:28 fast 2 107} 2 3 3* 3* L Morris 4 J. Grass, Horologe, Ixs'CharesII, 

5S3;'l l..aurel 3-4 1:15 fast 1-2 115 6 6 1 1* 1*} L Morris 8 Finery, M. Belie, L.BlackSlieep 

58258 I>aurel 3-4 l:14%fast 1-5 106 5 3 3 3 ' 2* F Cltilettl 5 Rocket, Roulette, Prodigious 

KING’S FANCY, b. f, 3 (M) 111 Bv King James — Ildik, by Golden Maxim, 

j (Trainer, S. P. Harlan. Owner, Greentree Stable). 

I 62472 Belmont ll:;S*ifefast 20 102 6 4 4‘® 4* H Thomas 5 C.TIiierry, PolIy.Ann, lOlectedll. 

; 62266 Belmont 1 l:37%good 18-6 100 2 3 3' 3* H 'Thomas G Emotion,' B.’sWax, M’yl’dBeile 

62179 Helm’nt 3-4 MC l:12-Atfast ,60 103 4 4 4* 3* H Thomas 5 Emotion, Sherando, Bee’s Wax 

>61036 Jamaica 3-4 l:12%,fust 12 103 9 9 8' 7" H Thomaa 11 ManySiuiles, Sherando, Kxcelsid 

I 5th ^ *1*?*|-^*.J*^ **-“‘**/'”y** 3-year-old.<» and upward. (.June 1, 



By Berrilldon — Belle Clem, by Contestor. 

Stable). 

6 7 6* 6*} L Fator 0 M. Smiles, Cb.Thierrv, 



4S4U Sar’toga 5} f 1 :08*tgood 12 115 12 

CAHALAN, h. g, 4 116 

(Trainer, S. Louis. Owner, S. Louis). 



1* l*i E Sande 6 

1* 1* E Sande 7 

8* 3*} E Sande 7 

1* I'l A Srh't’ger 7 

1* 1* C Rob'soni5 
3' 7*1 C Rob’sonlS 



Dimmesdale, l.astStraw, Georgie 
Gladiator, D.oft.Val. Br’nstorm 
East View. Tangerine, Normal 
Ciirfexv, l.’Eclair. Wrecker 
Arrow of Gold. Killala, E.squire 
Bl. Bubbles, Nuhunt, Benningtoo 



By Honeywood — Alice Cary, by Trappean. 



C2470 Beim’nt 3-4 MC l:13%fast 
62009 Belin’t 5} f MC l:05t5fast 



61767 Jamaica 
68211 Church 1 
681U3 Church' 1 
58011 Church' 1 
56637 L)' shire 



3-4 l:ll^fast 60 ] 
3-4 l;12%fast 6 103 2 

1 l:37*t,fast 17 m 1 
3-4 1:12 Vast 23f 1C2 6 
3-4 l:161tmud 5 106 1 



3 113 1 
60 105 1 
60 106 2 
103 2 4 

10-3 1 7 7 



3* 3'} R Parke 
8' 3*} B Parke 
6 6'“ B Parke 

2" 2} B Parke 
6* 6* B Parke 
S" 2'} B Parke 
2* 2* B Parke 



Sea Mint, BudFisher, Bl’kstone 
Dunb.-'.vne, Must. Seed, BlueBrucih 
K.Al. Poe, Dim’sdaie, I.«st Straw 
I Mile Dazie, Botheration, Tliaron 
i Wh.Slar, Bel. Queen, Mile. Dazie 
JoliiiS. Reardon, LastOne, 'rbaron 
Smart Guy, Urlova, BruwuClicck 



PRIDE OF INDIA, b. h, 0 122 

(IVaiaer, M. J. Murphy. Owner. H. Cohn). 
62391 Belm'nt 7-S MC l:2P?tfast 15 102 9 9 

62204 Btlm'nt 3-4 MC l:12%fast 6 124 9 7 

12 118 8 



62001 Belmont 
61902 Jamaica 
61827 Jamaica 
61739 Pimlico 
61507 Pimlico 
61446 Pimlico 
61123 Bowie 
68722 Bow ie In 
58681 Bowie 
68629 Pimlico 
68454 Pimlico 
68234 Laurel 
57897 Laurel 



It 1 l:38'/sfast 12 118 8 

:a 3-4 l:H'>ifast 16 l'u4 3 

:a 3-4 l:I3%mud 11-6 122 2 

> 3-4 l:H)sfESt 84 97 6 

3 3-1 l:l.'i%mud 6 112 7 

} 3-4 l:12%fast 38 Ho 3 

7-8 1 :28^,fast 3} 116 3 

ImTOy 1 :49%mud 33-10 109} 3 4 3 
7-8 l:29%hvy 9-5 114 1 3 6 
3-4 l:15)j.hvy 31-10 92 4 4 

3-4 l:15^mud 73 92 13 13 

3-4 1:14 fast 14-6 HI 4 7 

3-4 1:12 fast 18 99 1 I 



BRAINSTORM, hr. g, 3 115 

(Trainer, J. Edwards. Owner, H. Waterson). 



62318 Belm’nt 3-4 MC l:12%s!ow 
6’/-.236 Belm’nt 3-4 MC LHihimud 



C176G Jamaica 
61677 Jamaica 
61500 Jamaica 
61398 H.deG’ce 
61313 ll.deG’ce 



3-4 l:12)fcfast 
3-4 l:ll')t.faat 
3-4 l:13'igood 
3-4 l:13',ifast 



10 104 6 
4} HO 6 
7 106 6 
10 106 7 
3 102 10 
14 HO 6 



3-4 l :14=St,good 17-5 114 6 



ST. ALLAN, b. g. 5 122 

(Trainer, J. W, May. Owner, H. M. Howard). 



62391 Belm’nt 7-8 MC l:2l*t.f£Kt 

6I90’» Jamaica 3-4 1 :ll)t.fast 

61500 Jamaica 3-4 1 :l'j'/tgood 

61329 H deG’ce DnTOy 1 ;46%mud 



12 100 6 
6 99 7 

25 114 8 
16-5 108 1 
8 108 3 
43 HO 7 
10 112 2 
20 113 5 



61215 Bowie ll:4:t fast 8 108 2 1 

61131 Bowie 3-4 l:13Afa»t 43 HO 7 6 

61099 Bowie 3-4 1:16 mud 10 112 2 3 

60430 F.G’nds 3-4 1:12 fast 20 113 5 6 

60288 F.G’nds ImTOy l:48'4hvy 4 102} 6 5 

69719 F.G’nds 3-4 l:15Hhvy 20 116 6 6 

69639 F.G'nds 3-4 l:]2Hfast 20 114 2 3 

68030 Jamaica 3-4 l:12)ifast 15 108} 4 4 

67714 Jamaica ImTOj’ l:44Hfaet 3b 95 1 1 

67585 Jamaica 3-4 l:12Hfwst 20 102 5 6 

DOUGHNUT, br, g, 8 105 

(Trainer, N. L. Byer. Owner, T, F. Price). 
62318 Belm’nt 3-4 MC l:12)tslow 12 102 2 3 

62261 Belm’t 6} f MC 1 :lStsgood 6 104} 7 3 

62038 Helm t 6} f -MC l:18?ifast 10 HI 2 4 



By Delhi — Dominoes, by Domino. 

10* 10*} H Thomas 12 Routi’ge, K’klev'ton, MusknUge 

3' 3* H Thomas 11 Excuse Me, Sea Mint. Crys.Ford 

6} 8*} H Thomas 9 BillyWatts, Translate, Sir. Maid 

4* 4* H Thomas 7 L.B’gliton, Routlcdgc, ElecDKlII 

1* 1* F Keogh 8 Mav’rn’n. M. Barnes, K.of t.U’er 

7 6*i S McLane 7 Star Je-ter, Reprisal, Super 

3'} 3* F Keogh 10 ExciiscMe. Cami’Uale, N. Raider 

2“* 3* F Keogh 13 Carm’dale, Mavoiir’n, CapcPillar 

6* 6'} F Keogh 7 Super, War Note, Lucky B. 

3*® 3*} L Morris 6 T.But’ns, K.oflhell’lher, C’kson 

1' 1* L Morris 8 Sammy K., Uriaelda, Ira Wilson 

3* 3*} C Lang 4 MotorCop, Thelloy, Carinandale 

6" 9*} S McLane 13 Knobbie, Oriole, Dominique 
5* 6* F Keogh 10 Vibrate, Helen Atkin, SomeBabj 

3* 3* S McLane 4 Careful, Baby Grand, Min. Man 

By Peter Pan — Bubble, by AU Gold. 

S' 3* L Penman 6 LB’ghton. D.of t.V’y Tangerine 
4* 4*} L Penman 8 B.I’ass, Mawreoron, M. Patricia 
2'} 2'i L Penman 11 Billy Watts, Olyntlius, Mann.'i 
4* 4‘® L McAtee 7 E.Al.l’oe, Glad’tor. D.of the V’j 

4} 4*i H 'ThurberlO D.of t.Val. Manna, L’dBrighton 

1' L Penman 7 Bigheart, My Play, Caretaker 

1* 2®t L Penman 10 Trevelyan, Bigheart, Opperman 
By Bridge of Allan — St. Aciwenz, by Chaucer. 

2" 7* C I>ang 12 RontTge, K’klev’ton, Mnskal’ge 

7 6'® C Lang 7 li.B’glilon, Ron t ledge, Elecledll 

9* 7*J <’ KummerlO D.of t.Val. Manna. L’dBrighton 
3* 4'® L Morris 0 Sedgefield, Registrar, O.B’tliday 

1* 1* F Murphj' 5 T.McTag’t, G.deCau-e. T.Archer 

7*i 5*3 F Murphy 8 Exodus, W’llfinder, K.oftlicH’ui- 

4* 4* F Murphy 8 K.of t.ll’llicr, E.xodiis, Mercury 

6* 4* M Har'son 0 E. R’bacher, Dartmoor, Hadrian 

5* 6** 31 Har’son fi Riff Bang. Servitor. Bep 

6* 4’ M Har'son 6 Neddeni. Mercury, 'T.d’Honneur 

8 8" L McD’ott 8 Elmer K,, Neddam. Merciiiy 

4 4’ C Turner 4 Dim’sdaie, Dominiipie, R'tiedge 
2} 3'} C Bre’ning 4 B.MeL’ghlln, LG’trnde. Recount 

5 6'* F Weiner 5 Audacious, ’TlTderclaii, Mis’nary 
By Sweep— Fascination, by Buck Massie. 



6 7 6* 5*} L Fator 9 M. Smiles, Ch. Thierry, Polly Ana 

1 1 1* 2* L Fator 4 AllOvcr, Nativel,and. Cliesterbr’k 

3 1 1*} 1*} C Lang 6 Master Hand, Daniel A., Algoa 

2 3 3‘* 3* L Fator 4 Wynnewood, SeaCovo. llenryG. 

1 4 3'} 1' L Fator 6 Nose Dive. Cbewink, Timbrel 

1 7 6' 2* L Fator 10 Reparation, Nose Dive, Rollatrix 

1 5* 5* L McAtee 6 Emotion, Dolores, P.Qui Route 

7 6 6* 5‘1 T Finn 7 M’wrcoron, tr.McM’kiii, Do’ghnut 

8 7 6* 4*i L Fator 11 NancyF., M. Patricia. Prodigious 

6 4 4* 2" L Fator 9 Avispa, Oo’oiig. Bellatrix 

2 4 3* 2ti E Ambrose 8 Citation, StoryTeiler, Dolores 

10 10 10} 8*} E Ambrosell Nedna, Roulette, Caretaker 



By Peter Pan — Polly Flinders, by Burgomaster. 

6 * 6'® L Morris 9 M’terHand, Venizelos, I.«l’rman 

3* 3’ L Morris 4 J. Grass, llorologe, IxsicharesII. 

1* 1*} L Morris 8 Finery, M. Belie, L.BlackSlieep 

3* 2* F Cltilettl 5 Rocket, Roulette, Prodigious 



FRIGATE, ch. g, 4 126 

(Trainer, J, W. May. Owner, H. M. Howard), 



G239‘J Belmont 
€’203.5 Belmont 



1 1:36 fast 
1 l:37}ifast 



C1G42 Jamaica ImTby l:44%fast 
6C191 F.G’nds 1 1:39 fast 9-5 

59395 F.G'nds 1 l:38%fast 2 

59196 Jeff son 3-4 l:13'/bfast 4-6 

59093 Jeff’son 3-4 1:14 fast 2 

58938 Jeffson 1 1:40 fast 3-2 

58796 Jelf'son 1 I:l9%fa8t 6 

58179 Empire ImTOy l:46%fast 7 

58095 Ehnpire 1 l:42%fast 2 

57891 Jamaica 



1 l:37}ifast 7 HS 2 

ImTby l:44%fast 2 114 2 

1 1:59 fast 9-5 M2 1 1 2 

1 l:38%fast 2 U6 2 3 t 

3-4 l:13'Afast 4-5 112 2 1 

3-4 1:14 fast 2 112 2 1 

1 1:40 fast 3-2 101 1 2 2 

1 l:l(>%fa8t 6 106 2 3 2 

70y l:46%fast 7 108 4 3 3 

1 l:42%fast 2 US 3 3 I 



3-4 1:13 fast 4} 



CALIGULA, blk. g. 



108 4 3 3 
US 3 3 I 
107 5 3 

lOS 



(Trainer, J. F. Schorr, Owner, E. B. McLean) 



62553 Belmont 3-4 l:ll'/bfast 
6289 1 Belm’nt 7-S MC 1 :24%f ast 



6203.5 Belmont 
61684 Pimlico 
|(il.58'2 Pimlico 
61488 Pimlico 
58398 Pimlico 
58531 Pimlico 
58454 Pimiico 
58355 I>aurel 
58206 laurel 
58035 Laurel 



1 l:37Wast 7 HI 

1 1 16 l:46V8fast 18 120 

3-4 l:H%fast 9 101 

3-4 l:ll')fefast 8 118 

1 l:43?f.hvv 13 125 6 3 

2- 4 l:12%fast 19-10 107 4 

3- 4 l:ir>4imud 10 109 12 

3-4 1:13 fast 14-S 108 4 

1 1:40 fast 19t 107 6 5 



4 105} 3 
7 105 3 

7 HI 3 
18 120 1 
9 101 4 

8 118 2 

5 5 3 2 
'7 4 4 



3-4 1 :12%fast 12 



12 107 6 4 4 

j DAVID HARUM, b. g. 5 112 

(Trainer, W. H. Karrick. Owner, 'W. R. Coe) 
62127 Beiinont 1 1-16 1 :41’ifast 8-5 116 6 4 

G17G5 Jamaica ImTOy l:434ifefast 8-5 113 2 3 

G167G Jamaica 1 1 16 1 :46'?ifast 9-5 103 2 2 

6.->’2G7 Aqueduct 1 1:38 fast 20 113 7 7 

64341 Jamaica ImTOy l:44%good U-5 107 2 2 

BELLSOLAR, b. m. 6 109 

(Trainer, T. Moran. Owner, 'W. II S. Martin) 
62391 Belm’nt 7-8 .VIC 1 :34'7tifHst 20 106 U 11 
58.542 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:46?/bfast 13-10 95 7 7 7 7 

08231 I^aurel 1 l:.39*tfaet 5} 98 6 6 6 6 

ET940 Laurel 1 1-8 l:53V(.tast 10 107 6 6 4 6 

67f)90 H.deG’ce 1 1-8 l:52%fast 7 109 5 8 8 8 

: 57522 H.deG’e ImTOy 1 :43)tfa3t ?2-6 1C6 5 5 6 4 

BILLY McLaughlin, ir. c, 4 121 

: (Trainer, S. HcKaughton. Owner, L. Vian). 



G1H47 Jamaica 
61766 Jamaica 
Cl 539 Jamaica 
61569 Jamaica 
58747 Bowie 
U719 Bowie 
5*671 Bowie 
68659 Bowie Ir 
68613 Bowie 
686.'5: Bowie 
68437 Pimlico 



-4 1:13iimu'i 13-6 107 3 



;a 3-4 1 :12';.-,fast 
;a 3-4 l:12^igood 
■JL S-4 l;13Migood 
1 l:44Simud 61 
6} f 1 :227tmud 31 
7-.S 1 :2»Hhvy 35 
ImTOy 1 :50)ihvy 34 
7-8 1 :2S*ihvy 40 
6 } f 1:22 hvy 20 
3-4 1:16 slop 36 



4* 6*1 C I.ang G L.B'ghton, D.of t. T’y, B'storm 

2* 2} I, Fator 0 Ihjydiic, Mas.liand, K.of t.H’er 

4* 2.' E Fator 9 Finality, Masterliand, ExruseMe 

4 2”'' E Fator 4 L’kyBiittua. M.Co' per, Siip’lative 

4'} 8® E Fator 11 Bii. Watts, Brainstoi ni, Olyntlius 
6 6*1 M liu.xlon 6 Garinian, l.«':terman, llcpliaisios 
8* 8'® A GantncrlO I» of t.Val. Manna, L’dlirightun 
6* 6‘* E Josiah 0 Hepliaistos, Modo, Wessic B. 

7* 6*2 E Josiah 10 MirianiC'iopcr. Peniteni, Plucky 

6* 4* E Josb'h 7 Moilo, I'tiainpliiin, Tangerine 

3'® 3*} E Harb’ne 8 Kly.Cloud, ll’y I’.lBclle, CI.vrksoD 
9* 6® J Zoeller 10 Hepiniisiii.s, 1 lucky. Tangi-rine 
8* 11** J Zoeller 11 lie[di’st 08 , Tangerine, Y’keeStar 
1“* 1} G W C'roll 0 AllOver, Pinery, Maryland Belie 



By Frizzle — Kaskaskia, by Yankee. 

2* 2* C I.Jing 5 GreyLag. Bersagl’re, Ches’brook 

1} 1" C Kummer G I'lying Cloml, Pilgrim, Whisk 

1" 12 C Kummer 3 Ralco, Tangerine 

1" 1" L McD ott 5 T.d’Hou’r, Baigii’r, W.vnnewood 

2* 1} L Morris 4 J.S. Reardon, Runzaf, Mas. Jack 

1" 2} J Botwcll 8 Servitor, Ceurtsliip, Msveiirneen 

1* 1* J Butwell 8 Mavoiirneen, TauSon, TriistOffi’l 

2* 2* M Har’son 5 .Neddam, Raigneur, Duke Job* 

3* 3*} M Har’son 8 Rap.T’veler, G’yGables, Pimlico 

2* 2" C Turner 4 B.McL’liii, Sedgef’d, T.Feath’r* 

1* 1* C Turner 3 Squaw Man, Beach Star 

2" 21 L Fator 9 Squaw Man, Sir. Maid, LightRoM 

By Wrack — Continue, by Orlando. 

7* 6'® E Josiah 8 T.*nins, Exodus, On Watch 

4' 4* I, Fator 12 Routi’ge, K’klev’ton, MiiskrPge 

4* 5'® E Josiah 6 Frigate, Flying ('loud. Pilgrim 

1" 4'*} J Pierce 9 lametta, KingJnhn, Slipiieiy Elm 

7" 6’} J Callahan 8 Hildiir, GoIdenSphere, ByJiminy 

2* 3*i J Pierce 7 Ilildur, I'olly Ann, P'ifty-Fifty 

2} 4*} L Morris 8 K.’sChampion, Serapis, Lunett* 

3} 3* 1.J Morris 6 Hiidiir, Diiuniesdale, Serapis 

13 12'* L Morris 13 Knobbie, Oriole, Doniiniigue 

3* 1* L Morris 4 Oil Man, Sailing R., Vibrato 

9* 9*2 J CailahanlO Careful, Tryster, Rilly Kelly 
4'* 2®* L Morris 6 Careful, Ararat, Messinee 
By Star Shoot — Pantomime, by Peter Pan, 



€25 1, *1 Be'.mont 1 1-16 1:14 fast 
€1970 Jamaica ImTCy 1:41 fast 



12 103 4 
4} 124 2 
4 107 2 



GL57.5 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 :4S’-ofast 4 107 2 
j €1.500 Jamaica 3-4 1 :13}tsood 4} 113 2 
j5Sr.'J7 Pimiico 11:43 hvy 13-10 101 3 6 7 

.58412 Pimlico ll-Si .57 slop 1 HO 3 3 3 
'58179 Empire ImTOy l:4S'Sfa.st 11-5 118 111 
' 57714 Jamaica ImTOy l;44%f,i.sl 13-10 110 3 3 3 



57619 Jamaic:i 
56777 Belmont 



3-1 t:13'islow 4 122 2 6 

1 1:37 fast 7-6 U3 1 2 3 



4' 3*2 C F’b’ther 6 Tliimble, Tufter, Billy Watte 
1' 1*} J McCoy 4 Translate, Valor. Henry G. 

2 22 J McCoy 2 Crystal Ford 

6} 5'® C F b lher S R.-iloo, Valor, Ballot Dancer II. 

2 2* C Buel 2 Delnujou 

By Solar Star— Kitty Belle Brooks, by Clifford. 

H 9*} J Callahanl2 Rontl’ge, K’kiev’ten, Miisk.sl’ge 

7 7*} J Callaha-i 7 LigiilRose, Scot!’dT«*t. Rnbid’m 

6 6* J Callalian 6 SailingB., P.urigaBuck, Biinctta 

7* 7*1 J Callahan 8 Damask, Gnome, Blazes 

7* 6’} J Callahan 9 Cuiit.Alcock, Tryster, TliePorter 

8* 1} J Caiiauan 5 Seranis. By Jim'lny, Ralco 

By Wrack — Lady Elite, by Order. 

4* 4*2 E Kummer 6 Kitcr’ator, M.ILatter, Dev’atlo* 
1' H E Kummer 7 Fly.Cloud, Wynnewood, Tufter 
2* 1® E Kummer SodgefieM, Wynnewwd, Raico 
7* 6*} E KummerlO D.of t.Val. Mann.t. L’dRrlghton 

7 7‘* E Kummer 7 Bun. Buck. Tip.Witchet, Georgie 
4* 6" E Kummer 7 Bung.i Buck. Itegisfrur, Bluffer 
I'I 1" C Kummer 4 Frigate, Sedgefield. T. Feathers 
1" 1} B Marinelli 4 IgtdyGcrtnide. St.AlIan, Recount 
6'i 4* B MariaoiU 8 Boniiouinie. ScaCove, liistStraw 
3* li E Sande 5 Durtniour, Debaduu, C. Sweeper 



10 



DAIT.Y RACINC; FORM 



• Thursday, June 15, 1922 



EXCUSE ME. h. o. 

(Trainer, E. F. 
62433 I^elmont 
62204 Uolm’nt 3-4 
62038 Belm’t Ci f 
61804 Jamaica 
61712 I'imlico 
61545 I’imlico 
€1507 I’imlico 
61446 I’imlico 
61411 H.tlKJ'ce 
61327 H.dcG’ce 
61251 Bowie 
61173 Bowie 
58745 Bowie 
58600 Bowie 
58649 Bowie 
58627 I’imlico 

TOIL. ch. c. 3 



Carman, Jr, Owner, E. F, 
1 l;414tfaat 4-6 148 2 

MC l:13%faat 7 118 6 

MC 1.18Hfaat 6 118 X 

3-4 l;13Vifa»t 20 121 7 

1 1:42 slow 8 113 2 

1 1:44 slow 9-5 110 3 

3-4 l:13%mud 15 105 4 

3-4 l:12Hfast 19 105 9 

ti f 1 :07^5fast 12 110 5 



By Meridian — ^Horlaon, by Hastlno* 
Car man). 



6J f 1:08 mod 21-5 109 5 

6i f l:204ifast 6 98 1 

61 f l:22%good 14 105 1 

61 f 1:23 mud 5f 110 1 

7-8 1:30 slop 13 108 4 

7-8 1 ;28%hvy 84 111 7 

3 4 1:15%hvy 21 95 1 



4-6 148 2 1 1* 1* Mr J T’kcr 3 Arrow of Gold. Daddy 

7 118 6 4 11 I" J ButweU 11 ScaMInt, I’r.oflndia. Crys.Ford 

6 118 X 3 31 4'1 £1 Sande 0 Finality, Dongbnnt, Masterlland 

20 121 7 8 6* 4*1 C I^ng 7 Hopliaistos, Toil, Sup«‘rlative 

8 113 2 1 11 21 C Lang 8 Fly.Clond, N. Raider, Cromwell 

9-5 110 3 1 2’1 2'1 C Ponce 7 Quesada, Clansman, S.andBoots 

15 105 4 2 2* 1» E Jos'.ah 10 Carm’dale, P.oflndla, N’tUaider 

19 105 9 6 6 ' 5*1 B Mari’cllilS Carm’dale, Mavoum’n. P.oflndla 

12 110 5 7 7* 6'1 R Rice 13 Ultimata, MissEm.C., Kaii.l'.ean 

!l-5 109 5 2 1’ I'l C Bang 10 ('ai'ePillar, Missm.G., Qnesada 

6 98 1 2 3* 4*1 C I^ng 0 War Note. Super, St. Donard 

14 105 1 1 11 1* C L<ang 6 Hullabaloo, J’nMorrill, Tronbler 

Sf 110 14 2' 3*1 L. McAtce 12 Dick Deadcye, Finality, Citation 

13 108 4 5 41 4* E Taylor 8 G. Foster. WessieB., F. Virginia 

84 111 7 5 41 7*1 E Taylor 10 Ileplirtistos, Plucky, Tangrnue 

21 95 1 2 2'i 3* B Uari'elU 5 Simplicity, Duncecap, Moco 

1)0 By Celt — Workmaid, by Fatlierleis. 



ERIE FORM CHART 

ERIE, Pa., Wednesday, June 14, 1822. — (One- 
half mile.) Seventh day. Brie Racing Ae.socla- 
tion'.e spring meeting of 10 days. V/eather clear. 

Presiding judge, Jeseph A. Murphy. Associate 
judge, J. j. Phillips. Starter, I^ester Dean. Rac- 
ing ..ecretary, U. I). Monroe. 

j Peeing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time 1:30.) 

first race— A bout 5-8 Mile. Purse 
$400. 4-yoar-olds and upward. Claim- 
I ing. Net value to winner $330; second, $70; third, 
I $30. 



61804 Jamaica 


3-4 l:13',iXaat 


13-5 


1:4 


1 


1 


2* 


2* C 


F’b’ther 


7 


Honl*aiato9, Sni>^rVve. RxcuscMe 1 


£1738 Jamaica 


6i f l:00%fast 


1-3 


118 


4 


1 


1* 


li c 


F-b-thcir 


5 


Slieraiido. 


Fifty Fifty. Vlneyaril j 


61643 Jamaica 


3-4 1 ;12 fast 


20 


112 


4 


2 


2* 


3=i L 


J,yke 


6 


Calamity 


Jane, Modo, WllliamA. ; 


58.320 Empire Ab 3-4 l:09%fast 


15 


109 


4 


5 


5 


5 


6'* L 


McAtce 


5 


Uuiiantcl 


, Galantman, Kai-Sang , 


57713 Jamaica 


3-4 l:13%fast 


20 


114 


1 


2 


2 


3<> 


7* C 


Kuminer 


7 


Missionary, Mus.S<qql, SurfKidcr 


67354 Aq’duct 


6-8 69%fast 


7 


115 


€ 




5 


4'1 


4* E 


Sande 


8 


Must’dSecd. Bl’k Rascal, Ra.vJaj 


67199 Aq’duct 


3-4 l;14%good 6 


116 


5 


7 


6 


9'i 


12'* E 


Sande 


12 


Missionary, All Over, My Play 


56939 Belm’t 3 4 


MC l;ll%fast 


20 


122 


3 


7 


13 


13* 


15'« C 


F’b’ (her 


3 ’ 


Hunting, 


G.ilantman, D. of -MlaV. 


£€630 Sar’toga 


3-4 l:12%slow 


30 


115 


7 


9 


12 


12 


11'* L 


McAtee 


12 


Morvlch, 


Kai-Sang, Whiskaway 


56G2S Sar’Loga 


6i f l;05%fast 


8 


lit 


2 


2 


1 


1* 


1* L 


McAtee 


7 


Aknustl, 


Lord Baltimore, Brav« 


56494 Sar’toga 


3-4 1 ;ll%fa.st 


U 


118 


1 


3 


2 


4* 


6=i L 


McAtee 


9 


Oil Man, 


Modo, Sir lingb 


£6126 Sar’toga 


6-8 £9%fast 


20 


107 


6 


3 


1 


1* 


1* L 


McAtee 16 Bigbeart, 


FairPhantom. Y.Malb 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin. 


Jockey. 


Straight. 


63387 


Butler 


108 


V 


C 


Watson 


710-100 


63089 


Speedy I.ady 


113 


2a 


T 


Wllliama 


950-100 


63.383 


Miss Kruter 


109 


3'| A 


Kroger 


2600-100 


62381 


Blanchita 


106 


4* 


F 


Moore 


5500-100 ; 


61 186 


Hat. WMII.lo 


109 


5' 


R 


Hileman 


.710-100 


6238-J 


•Wealthy Annl04 


8* 


J 


Pevlc 


380-100 


6-3468 


Zainer 


108 


7* 


R 


Ball 


800-100 


635.37 


Marrhtone 


106 


8* 


J 


Ponce 


7000-100 ' 


61961 


Dinty 


108 


9' 


L 


Gray 


60(»-100 1 


63465 


Jill 


109 


10 


O 


Atwell 


320-100 1 



$3.60 show; Princess Myrtle, $5.60 place, $5.40 
show; Oousin o’ Mine, $.5.40 show. 

Kqai valent booking odds- -Red, 200 to 130 straight, 
100 to 100 place, SO to 100 show; Princess Myrtle, 
180 to 100 place, 170 to 100 show; Cousin o’ Mine, 
170 to 100 show. 

I^e, 1:24*4. Track fast. 

Winner — T. Cheek’s eh. g, 6, by Peep o’D.-iy — - 
Mary Michaels, by I.is.sak (trained by T. Cheek; 
bred by Mr. J. Hart I’.rown). 

AVont to post at 5:00. .\t pest 2 minntes. Start 

good and slew. Won driving; second and third 
easily. 

Scratched — 62487 Primitive, 106; G2427 Beeswaw, 
109; 62M3 fB Capitania, 109. 

Overweiglits — It^, 2 pounds; Jii.anita III., 2. 

R O r o 4 SEVENTH RACE— 1 MUe and 70 Yards. 

^ Pune $400. 4-year-oMs and upward. 



Eqtliv. Odds. 



WTNNEWOOD, br. g, 6 

(Trainer, T. 0. Webber. Owner, T. 



62293 Belmont 
62127 Belmont 



1 1-16 l:46%mud 
1 1-16 l:44%f.sst 



61970 Jamaica lm70y 1:44 fast 3) 

61846 Jamaica ImlOy l:45^4mud 13-5 

61575 Jamaica 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 2 

61521 Jamaica 1 1-16 l:48)4.mud 41 

6K.90 F.G’nda lm70y 1.4S%hvy 16-5 116 
60507 P.G’r.ds 1 1-16 1 ;404thvy 11-10 116 

60431 F.G’nds lm70y l:4.;%f:ist 6-5 111 

60369 F.G’nds 1 1-8 1:52 fast 8 106 

6(!l91 F.G’nds 1 1:39 fast 8-5 104 

60122 F.G’nds lm70y l:45%slow 13-30 109 
60040 F.G’nds 51 f l:10MJjvy 15 104 

B9754 F.G’nds lm70y l:44’itgood 3-5 106 
£9641 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:455«.fa8t 12-5 114 



114 

O. Webber). 
108 3 1 

114 4 ( 

114 1 2 

107 4 1 

108 5 1 

123 1 1 

1114 
1111 
2 111 

2 2 3 2 

3 2 11 



JUNE GRASS, b. c, 3 
(Trainer, J. Evans. 
62390 Belmont 1 1 

62153 Belmont 1 1 

61826 Jamaica 1 1 

61737 Pimlico 1 1-8 1 
€157 1 J.amaica lm70y 1 
€1477 Jamaica 6i f 1 
68441 Pimlico 3-4 1 

68042 Churchill 1 1 

67697 Latonla 1 1 

67199 Aqueduct 3-4 1 
67067 Belm’t 7-8 M C 1 
66710 Belmont 3-4 1 
66630 Saratoga 3-4 1 
66268 Saratoga 51 f 
66126 .Sar.atcga 5-8 
65914 Empire 51 f I: 

65812 Empire Ab 3-4 1 
66775 Empire Ab 3-4 I 
65692 Empire 51 f 1 

65325 Aq'duct 5-8 
66230 Aq’duct 5-8 



Owner, G. A. 
’iS fast 11-20 
354tfaat 12 
39%mud S 
SlHfast 14* 
44‘<ifa.st 31 
OSAifast 4 
14%slop 30 
38% fast 8 
39%fast 18 
14%good £-5 
25%fast 18-6 
HVtfast 18-5 
12%sIow 6 
1 :05%fast 16-6 
59%fast 5 
06 fast 15 
09%fast 15 
09%faat 8 
0T%slow ,’!0 
59-%fa8t 13 

59%fast 20 



122 

Cochran). 
Ill 1 1 



104 7 6 

109 2 2 

110 1 I 

112 1 1 
112 7 9 

104 6 4 

111 8 6 



By Bon Brush — Waldena, by Star Shoat. 

:• 11 C I.ang 3 Teddy R.. Thimble 

6 *J B I.yke 6 'Ihimble, ’Tufter. David Harnm 

1 3' B Byke 7 B.McIiiiighlin, Fly. Cloud. Tufter 

1 3=1 n Thomas' 6 Teddy U., Tangerine. Normal 

* 3!> II ’I'hornas 5 B.McBaugldin, Serlgefield, llalce 

» l»i H Thomas 4 Sea Cove. Rose Hill, Henry G. 

* 5* J D M’ney 8 Biffliang, Pas. Swain, G. deCar.se 

1 ‘Jk C l.ang 5 Blar.Stone. I’as.Swain. G. Gable* 

‘ 2' C Bang 5 T’iean d’H’neur, B.Ig>ve, B.S’ne 

^ 3'1 C Bang 8 Guy. Bungu Buck, United Verde 

•1 4’ A Wilson 5 Frigate, T.d’Honncnr, Balgneur 

* 1* A Wilson 7 Tran.slale, Baignenr. Waukcag 

* 5*J II Thomas 8 Elmer K., Mulciber. Mercury 

'1 1‘1 C Im.ng 8 Translate, Courtship. H.’Travelet 

' I'l C Bang 5 Translate, GrayGables, Gen. Haig 

By Short Grass — Comsera, by The Commoner. 

.* 1* F Keogh 4 Horologe, Prudish, Beoehares II. 

2* F Keogh 3 Snob II.. PlUory 

k 5" F Keogh 8 Snob II., iialantman, PirateGold 

* 3* C 'I'h’psonl2 Pillory, Ilea, Pirate Gold 

> 2» H Thurber 7 Pir.Gold, St.Henry. I*'ttcrman 

3' F Keogh 12 Uee’sWax. St.Henry, Galantman 

* T'i B kicAtee 10 GooilTimea. Caretaker, St.Henry 

■1 5’i G W Car’ll 9 Startle. Rocket, John Finn 

1 3* G W Car’1112 Startle, JobnFiiin, K’kminUtei 

1 7* C Kummerl2 Missionary, All Over, My Play 

4* G W Car’ll 4 Surf Rider, Galantman, Mode 

1 2k C Kuinmer 7 Snob II., Sedge. Aknustl 

1 10” C Kuminerl2 Morvlch, Kai-Sang, Whiskaway 

* 1* B Fator 14 Mercullo, Snob II., Bunting 

1 5* C Ponce 10 Toil, Bigbeart, Fair I’bantoai 

* 2»* C Ponce 7 Runstar, Ray Jay, Picnic 

* 7* L McAteo 8 Runstar, Kal-Sang. *IJttle Ckla* 

* 2‘ J Metcalf 11 Kay Jay. Snob II.. Bueky Hoar 

* 7* C H MillerlS lattle Chief, Nancy K., I’enltent 

* 4*1 B Penman 12 Bittle Chief, Modo, Misdeal 

* 6*1 F CTltUettilS Itroomater, Toil. Olympua 



I ?2 niutuels paid, Bntler, $10.20 straight, $8.20 
j place, $3.40 show; Speedy Igtdy, $12.00 place, $5.20 
show; Miss Kruter. $9.00 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Bntler. 710 to 100 
stixiight. 210 to 100 place, 70 to 100 show; Speedy 
Bidy, 500 to 100 place, 100 to 100 show; Miss. 
Kruter, 350 to 100 show. 

I^me. 1:02. Track fast. 

Winner- E. K Fitagerald’s cb. g, 10, by Albiila 
— Peg Parks, by Dandie Dlnmont (trained by W. 
Brown; bred by Mr. W. J. Grist). 

Went to post at 2:29. At po.st 1 minute. Start 
good and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

Scratched— 62539 Our Alice, 100; 625.39 Old Gib, 
108. 

Overweights — llattic Willdo, 3 pounds; Dlnty, 2. 

ROK7Q SECOND RACE— About 5-8 Mila, Purse 
$490. 4-year-olAs and upward. Claim- 
ing, Net value to winner $393; second, $70; third, 
$30. 



Tnd. Horse. 
62464 She D. vil 
( 62347 )Ba Kross 
( 62498 )Wii; Soon 
62428 Nelle York 
62503 ’Begacy 
62425 Mavola 



Wt. 


Fin. 


Jockey. 


Straiglit. 


Ill 


1* 


P 


Moore 


6.30-100 


111 


2* 


E 


Hileman 


4&>-100 


113 


3* 


C 


Watson 


670-PlO 


107 


4' 


I, 


Gray 


Hl.')-100 


113 


5* 


O 


Atwell 


3.’!0-l(» 


HI 


6 


E 


Wells 


2990-100 


. 109 


Fell. A 


Kroger 


1590-100 


109 


Fell 


.R 


Rail 


250-100 



Ind Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin. 


Jockey. 


Straight. 


(68.501 )D. Fashion 


115 


11 


R 


Bail 


690-100 


(62343) Fond Hope 


109 


2* 


O 


Atwell 


lO’-iO-lOO 


63503 Virgo 


ing 


3iA c 


Watson 


260 100 


62468 ’Peasant 


111 


4* 


E 


Hileman 


290-100 


63.537 Salome 


107 


B' 


G 


Brown 


10000-100 


(63383) Ethel H. 


1119 


61 


F 


Moore 


3000-100 


63464 = Mar. Hollins 


lo9 


7* 


T 


Williams 


230-100 


62029 Cuba 


105 


8 


A 


Kroger 


80(0-100 


$2 mutuols paid. 


Duly 


Fashion. $1.5.80 


straight. 


$7.20 place, $-5.40 sliow; 


Fond 


Hope, $6. 


,00 place. 



CHESTEEBROOK. br. c. 3 

(Trainer, J. S. Eoaly. Owner, 



112 

Ckesterbrook 



By Cavalcadsnr — Flying Fairy, by Aeronaut. 
Farm Stable). 



$5.40 show; Virge, $4.00 show. 

Biuivaleut booking odds — Duly Fashion, 690 to 100 
straight. 260 to 100 place, 170 to 100 show; Fend 
Hope, 200 to 100 place, 170 to 100 show; Virge, 100 
to 100 show. 

Time, 1:00%. Track fast. 

Winner — J. A. Parson’s ch. g, 8, by Itey del 
Shasta — Queen of Fasiiion, liy M.axnic (trained by 
J. A. Parson; bred by Mr. B. I.,. Allen). 

Went to post at 2:59. At post 1 minute. Start 
good and slow for all but blarion Hollins. Won 
driving; second and third the same. 

Scratehed— (62463)Milda, 113; 62541 Billy Boota. 
114; 6’23.S8 B.aby Cal. 107; 62537 A1 Strauss, 114. 

Overweights — Salome, 2 pounds. 



show; Miss $o mutnels paid. She Devil, $13.60 straight, $4.60 
place, $4.00 show; I.,a Kross, $3.60 place, $3.90 show; 
Will S;,-on. $.">.00 show. 

0, by Albiila Equivalent b.>oking o<lds — She Devil. 580 to lOi) 

ained by W. slraiglit. 130 to UK) place, 100 to 100 shirw; I.<i 

Kross, W to 100 place, 50 to I'Xl show; Will Soon, 
linutp. Start 150 to 100 show. 

jnd third the Time, 1:48%. ’Track fast. 

Winner — 1>. M. Reuter’s e!i. m, 6, by I’eep o’Day 
.>39 Old Gib, — Meddlesome She. by Meddler (trained by P. 

Renter; bred by Messrs. Ott & Barbee), 
is; Dinty, 2. Went to pest at 5:29. ,\t post 1 minute. Start 

g»*Kl and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
Mils. Purse ing. 

rard. Claim- Scratched — (62469) Reveler, lil9; 62.541 Favour, 

1, $70; third, 115; (02541) Uapidan, 107; 62543 War Club. 110. 

♦ 

®'*^trkighB*’ DUFFERIN PARK FORM CHART 

6 W-l^ 

lO’-iO-lOO TORONTO. Oat., Wednesday. June 14. 1822.— 
>n 269 100 Ihifferin Park. (One-half mile.) St'venth and 
an 290-100 last d.ay. Metropolitan ICai-ing Aiwoeiation. Spring 
1 19)00-100 meeting of 7 ilaya. Weather clear, 

5 3000-100 Presiding judge, Edward Cole. Associate judge, 

ima 230-100 p_ g. Caller. Starter. Elmer Wilson. Racing sec- 
T 80f0-100 retary, W. R. Norvcil. 

i.80 straight. Racing starts at 2:30 p. ra. (Chicago time 1:30.) 
$6.00 place, 

62571 HACE— About 6-8 Mile. Purse 

>n, 690 to 100 $700. 4-year-olds and upward. Claim- 

I show; Fend >i*S- Net value to winner $500; second, $125; 
v; Virge, 100 third, $75. 

E<in:v. Odds. 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jo«'kcy. Straight. 

K ij SI (52 0 5 5 *F. G. Corley 115 11 W Taylor 349-100 

t (>’2493 Ed. Tranter 110 2k T W'ilson 2650-100 

(trained by r,.>| 5 o Madrid 110 3* N Foden 19-20-100 

• ■ » ^ 62451 Enos 115 4' R Pauley 80-100 

62411 K Gentry 110 5k J Dawson 1490-100 

ollins. I C2370»Bonna A. 103 6k C O’ Mahoney 2235-100 

„ , 1 62412 I>. Harrigan 110 7 H Myers 1575-100 

mily Boota. 153450 Oarfleld 111 I>eft.E Poiiard 1406-100 



£3393 Belniunt 


1 1:36 fast 


16 




Ki 


1 


3 


31 


4* J 


Cal!.ahan 


5 


Grey loig. Frigate. Bersagiiere 


62580 


RACi:- 


— About 5-8 Mile. 


Purse 


£2106 Belmont 


1 l:38'4fast 


2 


102 


2 


2 


2'i 1« J 


Callahan 


5 


FlyingCioiid, Bcr.sagiierc, I.ally 


4-year 


-olda and upward. 


Claim- 


62070 Belmont 7-8 MC l:23%fost 


20 




95 


5 


3 




2' J 


Cail'ihan 


6 


Dimmisdale, Georglc, Column 


ing. Net value to 


winner 


$3C0 


second, $70 


; third. 


£1901 Jamaica 


lu.70y l:41%fast 


18-5 


m 


2 


4 


4 


4*1 L 


Mc-Mee 


4 


AH Over, Rose Hill, NativeLan.l 


$30. 










61836 Jamaica 


1 l:39%roud 


15 


1081 8 


8 


8 


8” L 


Mortis 


8 


Snob II., Galantm.au, PirateGold 








Eijiilv. Odds. 


61679 Jamaica 


3 4 l:13%fost 


7 


116 


3 


2 


2* 


2* C 


F’b’ther 


6 


Nantucket, Rainliow Boy. Lully 


Ind. Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin 




Jockey. Straight. 


58613 Piialico 


1 l:46%hvy 


41 


110 


7 


3 


4 


7 


7 


7'* C 


llob'son 


7 Oi»perman. Clansman, All Fair 


63436*Rivulet 


108 


HI C 


Watson 


320-100 


58582 Pimlico 


1 l:44%mud 


4C 


104 10 


12 12 


11 


9* 


6*1 B 


Mari’ellilS 


Relay, St.Henry, L’yBaltimore 


63468 Cover Up 


104 


2i 


0 


Atwell 


600-100 


58281 Empire Ab 3-4 l:10%fast 


2 


US 






4 


4 


4 


4*J C 


Ponce 


4 


Picnic, Hephai.stos, Ir. Brigadier 


63436* Murphy 


117 


3* 


C 


Everett 


150-100 


58225 Empire 


61 f l:06%fast 


6 


121 






7 


7 




4*1 C 


Ponce 


7 


M’yPatricla, Picnic, HephaUtot 


62464 *01ive James 106 


4* 


A 


Kroger 


i-ioO-blO 


58027 Jamaica 


61 f 1:06 fast 


1 


122 






2 


2 


2* 


2‘ C 


Ponce 


3 


Blnck RaiH'al, Bravo 


62.543 = Neg 


108 


51 


R 


Ball 


550-100 


57892 Jamaica 


61 f l:06%fast 


10 


118 






1 


3 




18 C 


Ponce 


9 


Sha(fer, Good Timet, Veniseloa 


(63464) Elga 


111 


61 


D 


Hauer 


HJB 100 


£7490 Aq’duct 


3^ 1:13 fust 


8-6 


110 






2 


3 


2* 


2* C 


H Miller 


3 


Sli.affer, Bigbeart 


635U3 ’Goldie S. 


112 


7 


T 


Williams 


1900-100 


57381 Aq’duct 


3-4 l:13%fast 


5-5 


115 






3 


4 


41 


4*1 R 


Sande 


8 


Relay, All Over. Com. McMeekU 


$2 mutuels paid 


Rivulet, 


$S.4f) straight, $4.29 



TANGERINE, b. g, 3 106 

(Trainer, T. J. Healey. Owner, R. T. Wilson). 

62473 Belmont 1 l:39%f:x£t 12 90 6 4 

£2318 Belm’nt 3-4 MC l:12%slow 16 92 6 5 

62127 Belmont 1 1-16 l:44%fa.st 41 103 1 6 

61846 Jamaica ImTOy l:45%mud 3-2 98 2 3 

€1642 Jamaica lm70y l:44«Afast 2 110 3 8 

61520 Jamaica 3-4 l:13Vimud 6 100 7 6 

66719 Bowie 6| f l:22%mud 6 114 2 6 6 

MASTER HAND. b. c, 3 115 

(Trainer, W. H. Earrich. Owner, W. R. Coe). 

62474 Belmont 1 l:39%fast 18-5 112 3 3 

62264 Belm’t 6J f MC l:18%good 4i 105 4 5 

62038 Belm’t 6* f MC l;lS%faat 3i 121 1 2 

61937 Jamaica 3-4 l:12',€fast 6 115 4 4 

61787 Jamaica IniTOy l:44%fast 13-10 110 1 2 



61517 Jamaica 3-4 l:15Vsmu<l 
66<X)1 Belmont 5-8 st l:00%faat 50 



4 115 
llu 10 



TWO FEATHERS, ch. g. 4 104 

(Trainer, R. A. Smith. Owner, W. M. Jefford*) 
62513 Belmont 1 1-16 1:44 last CO 95 2 6 

€2207 Belmont 1 1 :.'0 slow 20 96 4 4 

62106 Belmont ll;2S%fast 10 110 6 6 

61970 Jamaica lm70y 1:44 fast 8 115 4 6 

6617J Eiapiro lm70y l:4C%fast 3-2 U5 3 2 2 4 

E744."> Aq’duct 1 1-16 1.44%fast 7 105 3 1 1 1 

67264 Aq’duct 1 l:38%fast 3-2 106 2 1 1 1 

67164 Belmont 1 1 :38%fast 5 119 6 6 6 6 



By Olambala — Orange Lilly, by William the Third. 

on). 

4 3* 3'i E Bell 5 Pilgrim, Ralco, -Tufter 

5 6* 4* H Callah’n d I..R’ghu>n. D.of t. V’y. B’stonn 

6 6* 5'i S Bullman 6 Tliiinble. Tufter, David Harunt 

3 4’ 2'i B Marinelli 6 Tiqldy R.. Wynnewood, Normal 

8 2 3i B Mari’elU 3 Frigate, Ralco 

6 2* 2'| B Mari’elli 7 RastView, Edg:ir.\I.l’oe, Normal 

6 5* 4* J Butn'ell 10 MiriamCuoper, Penitent, Plucky 

By Ballot — Shuck H., by Jean Bereaud. 

)oe). 

3 2' l*i C F“b’ther 9 Veniseloa. Irf>tterm.in, Excelsis 

5 4i 31 J McCoy 9 Daydue, D’ghnut. K.of t.H’ther 

2 2* 3‘ C F’b’ther 9 Finality, Doughnut, Excuse Ms 

4 2‘ 2* J Callahan 9 IrishSea, Olynthiis, Dan Bulling 

2 2>» 2=1 C F’b’lher 5 Rose Hill. Daniel Algoa 

2 2* Ik C F b'Uier 8 Nantucket, So It G>>c8, StuneJug 

10 10* 10*2 C F’b’tber 14 Broomflax, Knot Grass. Olvmput 

By Superman — Proud Duchess, by Watercress. 



place, $2.80 show; Cover Up, $.5.60 place, $3.40 
show; Miirptiy, $3.60 show. 

Eijuivalent bonking odds — Rivulet. 320 to 100 
straight, 110 to 100 place, 4') to 100 si’ow; Cover 
Up, l.SO to 100 place, 70 to 100 show; Uurpliy, 80 
to 1(X) show. 

Time. 1:00V&- Track fast. 

Winner — Wallin & Bryan’s ch. m, 5, by Rapid 
Water- Mettie Bereand, by Jean Bereaud (trained 
by A. Wallin; bred by Ur. George W. J. Rissell). 

Went to post at 3:30. At post 4 minutes. Start 
gr.o.1 and slow. Won easily; second and third 
driving. 

Overweights — Rivulet, 2 p<>unds; Murphy, 2; Neg, 



^ORQI FOURTH RACE — About 5-8 Mile. Purse 
ugiUOX $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Claim- 
ing. Net valna to winner $303; second, $70; third, 
$30. 



Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

1 62055 *F. G. Corley 115 11 W Taylor 340-100 

|C’J49.3 Ed. Tranter 110 » T W'ilson 2650-100 

r.2i->0 Madrid 110 3* N Foden lO-JO-lOO 

62451 Enos 115 4' R Pauley 80-100 

i 63411 K Gentry 110 5k J Dawson 1490-100 

|G2370»Bonna A. 103 6k C O’Mahoney 2235-100 
162412 I>. Harrigan 110 7 H Myers 1575-100 

63450 Garfield 111 I>eft.E Pollard 1406-100 

$2 mutneis (>aid, F. O. (iorley, $8.80 atmiglit, 
$4.0.> plaix*. $3.30 show; EihMe ’Tranter, $16.00 place, 
$8.45 show; Madrid, $7.10 shew. 

Equiv.alent booking od<ls — F. G. Corley, 340 to 100 
straight, 102% lo 100 place, 6."> to 100 show; Dhlie 
Tranter, -725 to ICO pdace, 322% to 100 allow; 
JIadrid. 253 to 100 show. 

Time, 1:02%. Track fast. 

Winner— J. F. Johnson’s hr. g. 6, liy Jack .\tkin 
— Eglantine, by ilartinet (traineil by J. F. John- 
son; bred by Mr. It. Warfield). 

I Went to post at 2:30. At post 1 minute. Start 
poor and slow. Won driving; second and third 
the s.atne. 

Overweights- -Lady Harrigan, 2 pounds; Gar- 
: field. 1. 

SECOND RACE — About 5-8 Milo. Pursj 
I ^00. 3-year-olds. Claiming. Not 

value to winner $500; second, $125; third, $75. 

I Bqiiiv. O ids. 



1 led. Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin 


Jockey. Straight. 


(63 190) Flora B. 


113 


1* 


C 


Eamea 


921-100 


1 63490 ’Tricks 


107 


2i> 


R 


M cCrann 


406-100 


j 63449 Consul 


iin 


3*1 J 


Dawson 


5565-100 


1 63369 Muzzey 


109 


4* 


R 


I’auley 


3H6-100 


i 63339 Chateau 


106 


51 


C 


O’ Mahoney 


604.5-100 


[63490 Pl’d Knight 


100 


S'* 


T 


Burns 


3915 100 


1 033S9*Prudence 


102 


7 


R 


McAlaney 


G4.')-l(')0 


163491 ♦Wise Lady 


lOS 


I..rid.T Wilson 


3r.-ioo 


$2 mutuels paid, 


Flora 


B., 


, $3.ft.5 straight, $2.6.5 



6 6'* C Taylor 

4 4'* B Mari’elll 

6 6*' L Morris 

6’* 6 ” Ij Morris 
4 4‘* E -imbr’se 

1| 2J L Fator 
I'l I'i L Fator 
4* 5* E Atiibr’se 
3' 2'i E Ambr’so 
I 3=1 J Callahan 
1* 1 * ~> Aiiibr'se 



Eqniv. Odds. 
Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straiglit. 



67264 Aq'duct 
67164 Belmont 
67066 Belmont 
66S)i7 Belmont 
66508 Sar’toga 



I 1:38 fast IS-B 1(0 4 3 3 

ll:37%faat 18-5 105 3 3 3 

1 l:39%Iast 8 121 € 6 4 



6 Exter’ator, M. Hatter. Dev’atiou 

4 Relay. Knolibie. Kxce|.sis 

5 Cli’fetbr’k, Fly.Clond, Bersngl’re 

7 B.Mel.’hlin, F. Cloud, Wyunew’d 
4 B.ilel,’gl;lin, Frigate, Sedgef’ld 
4 Audacious, O.Alcock, Donnacoua 

3 D.-vastation, Sedgefield 

(! Ed'vinii. Super. Elected II. 

4 Devns’tioii, I)’nie.sdale. Heot.Tet 
3 Goorgie, Urea in of the Valley 

6 J.P. Junes, Dartmoor, Pulythla 



6th RACE 



5-8 Mile Straight. 
(Sept. lU, 1918— 



2-yea r-oI«l.^. Maidens. 
-55 1>— 5— 2—110.) 



Special Weishtis. 



DUSTABOUT, hr. c, 2 (M) 115 By Sweep— Kopje, by Kroon.,tad. 

(Trainer, S. P. Harlan. Owneg, Greentree Stable). 

62515 Belmont 5-8 si 68%faat 16 116 6 8 8* 5'* L Lyka 12 Martingale, Pravus, Ant. Beil* 

CHILE, b. c, 2 (M) 115 By Dick Finnell — Starland, by Star Shoot, 

(’Trainer, S. C. Hildreth. Owner. Rancocas Stable). 

£3315 Belmont 5-S st 58%fast 6 115 6 6 6' 6'* L Fator 12 Martingale, Pravus, Aut. Bella 

63394 Belmont 5-8 st 59 fast SO 106 6 8 UM 9*i L Futor I t Newm’ket, Kt.Val’tine, Mar’gule 

HUMBOLDT, b. o, 2 (M) 116 By Atheling II. — Celesta, by Sempronins. 

(Tl-alner, P. M. Burch. Owner, Nevada Stock Farm). 

62331 Balmont 5-S st 69%slow 6 115 3 4 3‘ 4* G Dyson 9 Ambler, S.llatch, King.Sol.’Seal 

KING SOIDMON'S SEAL. b. c, 2 115 By King James — Himation, by Heimis, 



(Tiainer, II. T. Griffin. Owner, J. B. Smith). 



62331 Belinont 5-S st 69%slow 
02269 Belmont 4| f st 52%good 
023UU U*‘.mont 4| f st 61 slow 
61976 Churehill 4| f 63%faat 
61870 Churchill 4| f 64%fast 

SANDY HATCH, ch. o. 2 (M) 



4 115 6 6 4* 3" I. Fator 9 Ambler, Sandyllatch. Humbolt 

16 115 8 6 7| 7*1 F Keogh 14 'ilie Kiss, Vigil, Sunferenee 

60 115 7 5 6* 4* J D M’ney 7 Pennon. NewHainiishire, Pravus 

31 117 1 11 12 12'* B Kenn’dyl’J Triumpli, D.K.O’HuI’v’n, J.Ruuer 
11 115 2 1 4k 5*1 A Johnson 11 Rclzoiii. Metrie, True American 



Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straiglit. 

I 61885 Coombs 108 1' F Moore 400-1'X) 

j 6'!427 Ponierene 114 2'| J Groth 120-100 

162 198 ('hicken W8 3k C Watson (KO-lOO 

,62387 Dor y Carlin l-)9 4* E Hilenian 1410-10-3 

I €3465 Clara James 111 5k I. GoineS lOOlMOO 

i6’3 4 97 Siab'd Trask 108 6J I. Gray 1’230-100 

.61961 Alex Getz 110 7* T Williams aaOO-lOO 

16-138 4 H’rry Smarr 108 8* T Buel 2940-100 

163383 Hat. Mc-C’rtylCC 9' O Atwell 2CO0-100 

63422 Elseina 108 10 O Brown 4O‘XMO0 

$2 mu'uels l>sid. Coambs, $10.UO straight. |3 80 
place. $2.80 show ; Pomerene, $3.20 place, $2.80 
slio-w; Chicken, $3.20 stiow. 

Equivalent booking odds — Coombs, 400 to 100 
straight, 90 to lOO place, 40 to 100 show; Pomerene, 
6<) to 10) place, 40 to 100 show; Cliickeu, 60 to 
lOJ show. 

Time, 1:01%. Track fast. 

Winner- L, lir.nkin’s b. g, 4. by Uunnymede — 
Dorothy S., by Dr. I-eggo (trained by M. Webb; 
brivl by Mr. .\doIph It. Sprectels). 

Went to post at 3:5S. At post 3 minutes. Start 
good and slow. Wun easily; second and third 
driving. 

Scratehed -6‘3387 Fait Accompli, lOP; G’23.82 Mal- 
vol'o. 111. 

Overweights- Pomerene, 3 pounds; Dorothy Carlin. 
3; Clara James, 5; Mabel Trask, 3; Alex Getz, 3; 
Eisemu, 3; Chirken, 2. 

COKO 9 FIFTH RACE — 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
$400. 3-ycar-o'ds and upward. Claim- 
ing. Net value to winner $509; second, $70; third, 
j $30. 

I Equiv. Odds. 



place. $3.45 show; Tricks, $3.10 place, $3.00 show; 
Consul, $0.75 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Flora B., 92% to 100 
straight, 32% to 100 place, 22'.s to 100 show; 
Tricks, 55 to 100 place. 30 to 100 show; Consul, 
2i)7% to 100 show. 

Time, 1:02%. Track fast. 

V/inner — E. K. Bryson’s b. f, by Fayette -Grace 
Gatneron, by Liss.ik (trained by T. Lynn; bred by 
Mr. Henry T. Oxnard). 

Went to post at 3:0.5. At post 1 rainnte. Start 
p<s)r and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

Overweights — Plumed Knight, 2 pounds; Prudeece, 



COK'7'I THIRD RACE — About 5-8 Mile. Purse 
w u i $7C0. 4-yoar-olds and upward. Claim- 
ing. F ceded in Canada. Net value to wirjier 

$530; second, $135; third, $75. 

E |Uiv. Odds. 



Ind. Horse. 


Wt. 


Fin 


Jockey. 


Straight. 


( 634.53 )U Ch’ce 11.109 


1' 


C 


K.ames 


460 100 


( 62339 )L. Binmore 


109 


2’i N 


Foden 


180 100 


62339 ’Chantour 


106 


3' 


W 


Taylor 


220-100 


624.53 Oakling 


113 


4' 


J 


Austin 


800-100 


63370 Corn Broom 


100 


5* 


T 


Wilson 


429". 100 


1 ( 63409 )(iaptain B. 


109 


6* 


T 


Bums 


1765-100 


(C2S9DP. Moody 


108 


7'i H 


Khiliing 


2-J45-100 


62409 Impress 


109 


8 


P 


Hurd 


788.") 100 



SANDY HA-TCII, ch. o, 2 (M) 11$ By Ultimus — CrazyquHt, by Hamburg. 

(Tramer, F. M. Taylor. Owner, J. E. Madden). 

62431 Bflm’t ai f MC 1 :<r.%fa.st 12-6 112 7 8 8 8'* C Kumrner S Cherry Pie. Cresta, Canaque 
83331 Ihilmunl 5 8 st 69%3low 115 4 1 1| 2> E Sande 9 Ambler, K.Sol.’s.Seal, Humbolt 



CYCLOPS, hr. or h’k. c. 2 (M) 11.5 

(Trainer, G. M. Odom. Owner. R. L. Gerry). 
6?2C9 Belmont 4J f at 53%good 16 115 3 7 

62305 I’. Iinont 4| f st 53%faat 8 116 8 9 



By Heno— Daphne, by Ballot. 

6| S=i S F!ullmaiil4 TI;e Kiss, Vigil. Sunferenee 
3 9== S Bullman 9 BI'kMonkey. Parkilill, Nuonhuur 

By Uaintecon — Gibberish, by Prestige. 



Ind. 


Horse. Wt. 


Fin. Jockey. 


Straigh t. 


63463 


Con.an 


113 


U 


C Watson 


3810-100 


61034 


Sir Adsum 


116 


2* 


E Wells 


950-1)0 


62381 


Cl’ re Frances 


109 


3' 


E Hileman 


570-10.) 


63469 


I.ittle Niece 


117 


4* 


It Hall 


670-100 


C2434 


Bcnecia 


117 


6* 


I) Gray 


140-100 


C3;502 


Sacajawea 


109 


6* 


0 Atwell 


1060 1)0 


62422 


•S<i. Charlio 


108 


7* 


J Povic 


1-270-100 


62469 


Blue Star 


119 


8* 


F Proeoe 


H26-li» 


6-i 123 


Hard Times 


HI 


9* 


J I’or.ce 


2.'.00-100 


62S87 


laidy Monroe 


HI 


10 


F Moore 


40^0 ICO 


$2 mutuels l>aid. 


Conan, 


$78.20 straight, $21 00 



$3 muluela paid, laist 011801*0 II., $11.20 straight, 
$4.40 place, $3.75 sliow; lady Biiimore, $3.r>0 place, 
$2.60 show; Cbantiiur. $2 .(m show. 

K>iuivalent booking <Mld»— Taiat Chance II.. 460 to 
liW straight, 120 to lUO pl.ace, 37% to 100 show; 
Indy Binmore. 75 to lOf) place, 30 to 100 show; 
Chaulour, 32% to 100 show. 

Tima, 1:02. Track fast. 

Winner J. lloskin's b. g. 5, by Tenurium — 
Tliird Chance, by St. Avonicos (trained by J. 
Hoskin; bred by Mr. J. M. Van Orden). 

Went to post at 3:46. ,4t post 2 minutes. Start 

good and slow. Won handily; second and third 
driving. 

tlverweiclits- Oakling, 3 pounda; P. Moody, 1; 
Impress, 3. 

'GOK74 FOURTH RACE— 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
$700. 4-yoar-olds and upward. Claim- 
ing. Net value to winner $500; second, $125; 
; third, $75. 



GIARRE, b. f, 2 (M) 112 By Uainteeon — Gibberish, by Prestige. 

(Tra.ncr, j. F. Schorr. Owner, E. B. KcLean). 

62295 lb Imonl 4i f st K!%mu«t 8 117 1 3 3| 4*J .T ButweU 11 Cent.Tct. Pay Ib-ar. Cheapside 

C33U9 Itelmcnt 41 f st 61 slow 60 112 5 6 7 7‘* N Huff 7 Pennon, New liampsliire, Pravus 



■WRANGLER, b. c. 2 (M) 115 

(Trainer, J. S. Hcaly. Owner, W. L. Goodwin). 



Ey Wrack — Bold Lady, by Ogden. 



62515 Bilinont 6-8 st 6S%f:ist tiO 115 11 11 ll'*ll'* A John.son12 Martingale, Pravus, Aut. Bolls 

DROGHEDA, ch. c. 2 (M) 115 By Celt — Sea 'Wave, by Sea King. 

(Trainer. J. Loftus. Owner, Oak Ti'.dze Stable). 

C2515 Belmont 6-8 st 68%fast 30 115 12 12 12 12=* C Rob’sonl2 Martingale, Pmvus, Aut. Beils 

Fiist Sturt for tlic following: 

EL DORADO, ch, f, 2 (M) 112 By Ultimus — Helen Barbee, by Peep o’Day, 

(TraL er, T. J. Hesaoy. Owner, W. J. Salmon). 

MUTINY, b. o, 2 (M) 115 By Wrack — Desirous, by Hamburg. 



MUTINY, b. o. 2 (M) 115 

(Trainer, W. Hogan. Owner, J. Butler), 

STRONGHOLD, ch. o. 2 (M) 115 

(Trainer, W. Hogan. Owner, J. Butlor). 

LONGBOAT, h. c, 2 (M) 115 

(Trainer, M. Hirsc^ Owner, M. Hirsch). 

FLYING DEVIL, b. c. 2 (M) 115 

(Trainer, F. Taral. Owner. Riviera Stable) 

BTOCEMAR. br, c, 2 (M) 115 



By Spur — Supremacy, by UltLmaz. 

By Wrack — ^Marathon n., by Tluush. 
By WracSt— Sand, by Eoiua 



(Trainer, S. C, Hildreth. Owner, Rancocaa Stable). 



Ey Wrack — Stax Gift, by Star Shoot, 



• place, $'^.00 sI:o'.v; Kir Ad.suui, $S.OO place, $4.20 
sIiow; Clare Fniiiccs, $.">.<10 show. 

Equivalent booking odd.-i- -Conun, 3810 to 100 
struiglit, 950 lo loo p’nue, eOO to lOO show; Sir 
Aihsum, 300 So 10 > i>Iace, 110 lo lOO show; Clare 
Prances. 150 to 100 show. 

Time. 1:26%. Track fart. 

Winner — Kuss 4 Smith's lir. g, SI. by Sam-wn — 
Anna Hattiugs, by Hastings (trained by C. P. 
Kmilli; bred by Mr. J. C. Durn tt). 

Went to po t ut 4:39. At post 1 minute. Start 
gO'sl and slow. Won driving; second and th.nl the 
same. 

Scratched — 62467 = I’rologue, 107; C253S Ruth H., 
9‘J. 

GOKJ3Q SIXTH RACE — 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
$4C0, 4-ycar^oldi and upward. Claim- 
ing. Net value to winner $3G0; second, $70; third, 
$30. 

E>|iilv. Oililt. 

Inil. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Struiglit. 

6-3387 = K.*d 110 1| E Hileman 200-100 

625:17 P’ca.ss MyrtlclOS 2'| <) Atwell 4.30-100 

6'?;98 = i”sin o’ Mine 111 3* K Ball 96J-100 

625();i M. Adrianne I'.'S 4* F Moore S40-100 

62199*i’apt’n Burns 108 5' F laix 610-liX) 

€3537 King Worth 108 6* C Watson ITJO-IOO 

63539 .M’tlie Wilson 109 7* A Kroger 3.600-100 

C'2539 Juanita HI. 110 8* T Willi:uns 1220-F.O 

€3100 T. C’le«;n B’n 10« 9 L Gray 4TO-10O 



i Ind. Horce. 


Wt. 


Fin. 


Jockey. 


Straight. 


62 ! .5 1 = 1/ lira M iller 


no 


1*» 


W 


5'Hylor 


275-100 


62192 l.ura 


ift"> 


2' 


T 


V/ilson 


790-100 


63453 R’ged Robin 


108 


3* 


N 


Foden 


841-100 


16241.5 S. Stalwart 


112 


4= 


C 


Eames 


29*J',-10) 


624i‘2*C. 0’ t. Mainll2 


6* 


H 


SliiUiug 


120-1)0 


62 49.5 Fl>'paj>er 


no 


«’l J 


Daw.son 


323'. 100 


I 62 191 ’Banyan 


107 


7* 


R 


Pauley 


2220-100 


C233I ‘Black Stir 


10* 


8 


P 


Hurl 


8365-100 


$2 mutuels paid. 


Ixiura Miller, $i!.70 


straiglit. 



$3 1)0 pl.scp, $3.15 allow; Taira. $7.70 plaec, $4.45 
allow; Ragged Rr>bin, $4 30 sliow. 

hhinivalent booking o<Ida I-aura Miller, 235 to 
10') straight. 8() to 100 plaec, 57% lo 100 show; 
Imra, 2S."> to ICO place, 132% to 100 sliow; Ragged 
Robin, 110 to 1(V) shew. 

Time, 1 :26. Track fast. 

Winner -J. N. McFaddcn's b. iii, 6, by Norford — 
Purse Rose, by Orsini (trained by W. Scuilto; bred 
liy Mr. A. Neal). 

Went to isjBl at 4:30. At post 1 minute. Start 
g'Kxl and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

Ovcrwciglita -Ragged Koiiln, 3 pounda; Banyan, 
2; Black Star, 2. 

COK75 FIFTH RACE— 6 1-2 Furlong*. Purse 
I $700, 4-year-olds and upward. Claim- 

ing. Net value to winner $500; seco.>d, $125; third, 
$'-5. 



Ind. Horse. Wt Fin. Jockey. 

62450’Just Fancy 110 1* N Fodon 

62410*Maiden V’tcr 105 2'1 T Wilson 



Eiiiiiv. Odds. 

Wt Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

110 1* N Fodon &')-100 

r 105 2'| T Wilson 1215-1.* 



$2 mulueU paid. Red, $6.00 aUaigUt, $4.00 place, 62410 Top Rung US C Eanie* 




Thursday, June 15, 1922 



nATl.V RACING FORM 



11 



62412 Tlon March 112 4« H Myers nrc-l^ 

62491* Joe S. m M FuUon lir-lO-) 

62111*rplit Pint 110 6‘ W Taylor lOO-loi 

62450 P. Connelly 112 7 H SliillinR 7..'-l<n 

62374 I>PwUt 112 P.up.J Daws'^n iy55-lt"3 

$2 nintnels pniil. Just Fanry, $3.70 slmicM, .'2 20 
place, (3.00 kiiow; MalJeu Voter, $t$.50 place, $4. S3 
siiow; Tip lam?, !.tiOW. 

n iJiiv.ilcTit b.K-!iirs odds — .last Fancy, .Sr> to 100 
etraljrlit. 6) to 1O0 r’ato. '0 to l^iO stu'-sv: Maiden 
Vote.-. .2-_V> t!> 100 r’‘.ice, 142^.i to 100 show; Top 
Uur.g, l.lT'.v to KiO slinw. 

T ree, 1:27. Track fast. 

Winner — O. It. Foley’s hr. m, 5, l>y Colic -Idle 
F.'incy. iiy lien Prosj (trained by G. B. Ftlcy; b.-»'d 
by Mr. J.:cifs W. G'rriBaa). 

We.nt to i^-st at 5:10. At p-ost 2 minutes. Ftart 
iroo^l and slow. Won eci'.ly; second and f:::rd 
drlvics. 

n 9(770 SIXTH KACE— C 1-2 Farloags. Purso 

$700. 4-yesr-o!(ls and uparard. C!a'm- 
inp. Kei vahia to -wrinEcr (537; second, $125; third, 
^75. 

K»inir. 0<l(l^. 

Tnd. Ifor»e. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straipbt. 

62289-Oacambo 110 1* W T.-wIor 132;-1'10 

G24.73 Frl.sk 117 2'i N Foden .T20-100 

f24S(.3 = nas no 3' C liames 610-10) 

(623.2 t ) Flo rncaf 117 4' H Shilling lIcS-lOO 

(634.")0)*\V. Winnerb).S 5* T Wilson F90-l)0 

( )L:!(ly lone 1)9 6‘ J D .wson 2H9-100 

<>2n3.> Prji'aganda 110 7' H Myers 2590-100 

62.536 Mnrk West 115 8 G Al-cxandm 2925-lflO 

$2 paid, Cacamii!-'. (4.*!5 straight, (3.10 

p;:'.ce, siiow; Ihisk, $3.70 place, $2.85 show; 

il.'.e. $3.]i) show. 

r>.ju;vi'.l.''i>t bcokic? odds — Cacambo. 1.32^ to 100 
stmiKht. 5 1 to 100 niaee, .32Vs to 100 show; lirisU. 
8.5 to l(k) place, 42':2 tu 100 idKiW; Itaa, 55 to 100 
SllO'.V. 

Time. 1:25. Track fast. 

Winner — Detroit Stable'.^ cii. g. 6. by Free I-na.-e 
— lionnic bate, by ljuyalist (traimsl by A. S. lij.) , 
bred by Mr. Ge-irge J. Ia)cs). 

Went to po'.t at 5:47. At pest 1 minute. Start 
good and slow. Wen easily; second and third 
driving. 

Overweights — Propaganda, 2 pounds; hlark West, 

1 . 

flOK77 EEVEHTH KACE— 1 1-16 Kilas. P-.irae 
vxtui t feco. 4-year-oIds and upward. Claim- 
ing. Ket Talus to winner $550; seecnd, $175; 
thii'd, $75. 



fiC'fjp Q FOirSTH FACE— 5 1-2 FailSB-t*. Fnrss 
$.5v0. 3-yoar-olds anl nyward. Crn m- 
in". Net vilno to win.-er $4C0; saooad, S70; ttitd, 
$30. 

K piiv. 0,V1s. I 

Ind. ITorve. Wt. Fin. J^'tcy. S'r;ii!.ht. 



112 1«* S Carter 



26105-10) i 
lOlOO-lfi) I 



It Etsperifihade IST-KX) 1 



Tnd. Horse. 



E.'iuir. Odds. 

Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 



C249-7 Kingling II. 106 U K McCrann o4s9-l.''0 

C24e5 = S’rjtr Sigh 110 2‘ H Shilling 9<>5-100 

( 62496 IChimcr-i Hi 3“ N F'odea 1.20-100 

f.248C*M. J. Haber 106 4> W Taylor 6J5-100 



O249a*l).ii;atel!o lO) 6' C O' Mahoney 2045-l';0 

6245.7* Amaze KVg 6’J T Wdgon .SS5-M0 

62495*.‘^atana. 165 7* J Dawson 3620-lCO 

(C2114)Nan 111 8 O Kames :»5-100 

$2 mntrel.a paid. Kingling II., $71.60 straic'it, 
$37.50 place. $14 40 vhow; Sunun. r H:gli, $11 05 
idace, $.5,00 show; t'liimera. $2.90 show. 

liiUtiratcnt booking odds — King! ng II., .IP'O to 
100 straight, r;".,', to 100 pl.a<-e, "FJO to K)0 siAjw; 
Knoinic.- S.gli. 4SJ>j to !'“) n' ,■ i', l.^iO to 100 •.bow; 
Chimera. 45 to lOO k!i«jw. 

Time, l:S€-j. Track fast, 

Wiiincr--J. I’. Mayicriy’' b. li, 9. by ECuelUerl 
King’* Favorite, by llur.over (CraitMd by J. Aitiiur; 
b.ed in France by Jlr. Augi't Belmont). 

Went to po.it iit 6:40. At i:o-t 1 minate. Start 
good uud slow. Won driving; tecuud and third tlic 
sa me. 

Overweights- -Summer Sigh, 2 pourals; Donatello, 
L 



OMAHA FORM CHART 

OMAHA, Neb., Wednesday, June 14. 1922.— (One 
mile.) Tenth day. Ak-Ssr Ben Kxhibitkiu Co. 

Spring meeting of 13 days. Weathar clear, 

Presidin.g judge, Martin Natliausou. Asso'-iafe 
jiuigeg. W. J. Itoain and Perry Ueed. Starter, 
Arthur McKuight. Having secretary, Charles 1-. 
Tiinibie. 

Itacing starts at 2:.30 p. ra. (Chicago time 3:30). 

09585 RACE— 1-2 Kile. Purse S.'iOO. 

^ 2-year-oids. Kaidens. Special Weights. 

Net value to winner $400; second, $70; third, (S3, 

J».-.niv. O.bP. 

Ind. Ilorre. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

6241G»Dtliinte 115 li H Scovilie 70-100 

60171 Joflla J. 114 2S H Tuliett tl9-‘-10) 

62416 C’los EnriuueHo o*> K Flames t 

62416 li’y Moments 112 4’ J Gruber 1390-100 



Ind. Horve. Wt. Fin. J^'tcy. S'r;ii!.ht. j 

62377*R. M. Drown 112 1‘ T M.t^uiVph rOi-lftO 

61016 3lc51un liy 116 2» E Bar:!PS tlO-Ji 

62310 Mary D. S9 Si B Sch-ffel l!ie-lC4)| 

62S76 Cave XTan 117 4t T .loH^ston llW-l wi 

62501 Mammle Van 112 5* F Grimes 175r-l'.X» 

j 62.70 1 T'ry Duncan 111 «’ W Mandrrs :.1.T.-1>3 

! 62.70.7*Maud M. 102 7* J Allen 33vt-l!H 

62.378 May Moon 107 ** T ShocUlcy t 

62.70.7 Frm 107 9*1 B klilis 2010F-1O) 

ir22K7 Hucklalde 112 10* S Crirtor 10700-16) 

G2'!61 I>lnroi way 111 11 It ETsperrshade 1S5-1C0 

I ’.Mutue! field. 

I $2 iiintnrN ;ni'd. 170*^1 May Hr.nwn, $9 20 straight, 

! ?6 (k) p!ace. $7.00 show; MrMnrpIiy, field, .*9.20 
I place, S.'.lO rlio'v; 5l.iiy 1).. .*4 40 show. | 

i Errivaient booking o>Ms — Hosa May Brown. 360 to% 
I 100 straiglit, 2C0 to 10<) place, 1.70 to lOi) show; 

; McXlr.nvhy. fiekJ, 360 to 100 place, 160 to 100 
j show ; Mary D., 120 to 100 show. 

' Time, Trvck slow. 

Winner — IT. Shield>’ l>. ni, 5, by Isick and Char- 
ity — Miss Sedalia. li.v I’ar.nockhurn (traiired by H. 
r.hieIJs; bred by iles r'--. F. M. A U. S. Frown). 

I Went to post .at 4:10. .\t post 1 miiiote. Start 

I good and slow. XVoa e.jsily; second and third driv- 
I ing. 

! 62 539 fifth races 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
I $500. 3-ycar-old* and upward. Clsim- 

Inc. Net value to wiener $400; second, $79; third, 
(30. 

Ei]niv. Odds. 

Ind. Horn*. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

63548 Walterina 110 1‘1 7V Varley 1165-100 

62.707 Fickle Fancy 105 21 R Espen'ade 1687)-190 

62339 Seilan 115 31 D Hum 4.7-100 

60793 Tawan.sentha 105 4J B Scheffel 1453-100 

,62548 Joha Spehn 115 6* E Bames 1030-100 

(62.701)15. A. Jones HO 6* M Bichards’n 1670-100 
G2379*RntU V.Thle 112 7 T McCuil gh 176C-100 
$2 mutuels paid. Walterina, $2r>.3() straight. 
$10. ()0 iil.aee. $4.10 show; Fickle F'aacy, $10 40 
place, $4.20 siiow; Scilaii, 82.90 show. 

E.iuiv.alent hooking odds — Walterina, 1165 to 
100 straight, 4S0 to 100 place, 107 to 100 thow; 
Fickle Fancy, 429 to 1!» place, 110 to 100 show; 
Sedan, 45 to 100 sliow. 

Time, 1:19. Tra.sk slew, 

Winn^'r — II. Cr;x>k»’ cji. m. 6, by Voorhees — 
I»«;dy .4Uicl;ng (trained by J. Taylor; bred by 
Mr. -Xdoiph B. Spreckebs). 

Went tj po t at 4:38. At poet 1 minute. Start 

goovl and slow for all but Sedan. Won easily, 

second and t'lird driving. 

Scratched -()2.>49 Judge Budrow, 110; 62337 Snniiy 
Ways, 110. 

' 6 2 5 9 0 SIXTH P-ACE— 1 1-16 Mile*. Purse $600. 
j S-year-elds and upward. Claiming. 

{Net value to winner $403; second, $70; third, $30. 

E<iii!v. OMs. 

I Ind. Horse. Wt. Fie. Jockey. Straigl:t. 

'«24«0 Buckhom IT. H3 H W Manders HO-hT# 

j (62462) Boreas U6 2* E B.ames 1027-10)! 

|62.7«9*W. G. Mc’fk 113 2« !. y 67(i-llo | 

j ( ri2.aCo't^oui . s<iue '-*6 4* B Sclieffel f'JO-l*^ i 

I 62462 Imtta G. 93 5* F Horn 2790-100; 

|(C2420)Old Rose 121 6 E Barham 8stf.-l«9 

I $2 BiRtuel-s paid. Bnckiwm II.. $4 20 straight. | 
I $3.74) p!:ii>e. $2.70 show; Boreas. ^.70 plate, $3.S0 j 
I show; 7V. G. McCUiitock. $3.00 show. | 

EiptivaicBt booking odds — Buckhom II., 110 to 109 
straight. 75 to 100 place, 3.7 to 100 show; Boreas, 
237 to 100 place, 90 to lOO show; W. G. McCIintock, 
74) to 100 show. 

Time, l:5S7s- Track slow. 

Winner — N. B. Updike’s b. g, 6, by Buckhom — 
Bertie V.. by Semproaias (trained by A. Hazlett; 
bred by Mr. Hal Price Hesdley). 

Went to post at 5:07. At post 1 minute. Start 
gooil and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

S;Tatched— (G2550)Regreso, 113; 62461*Ix)rena 

Moss, las. 

I 

I 6 2 5 1 SEVENTH RACE— 1 Mile. Purse $500. 

6-year-alds ar.d wpward. Claimhig. 
Net value to winner $400; second, $70; third. $30. 

£v)uiv. Odds. 



62543 bTroben (SI) 

636<.4 *Kl Capitiinia .... 

62583 bvSiiuire Chailie (M) 

Fifth Race — 6 1-2 Furloaja. 
Purse $100. 4 ye.ir olds and upward. 

(OTOTvl) bR.-:ffe.-;y 112 1:22% 

((5247!» bSea Slint 118 l:18)i 

C2493 Eastward Princess. 

625?3 •K'.aptai’i Pums .... 

GCSIS Tile rolieen Hawn. 

62497 bS.abretash 122 1:24% 

Cl'lGO bStir Up 116 1:23'S 

6C3SS Baby Ual 

6.2537 A1 Slrcusj 

C27T8 bBevelry James ... 

625.32 Elus St:r (M) 

6C5B1 Dorothy Carlin ... 

Sixth Race — 0 1-2 Furlongs. 
Pr-»e $400. S-yenr-olds and upward. 
(62466) •bF.\ERWEEB TAPS 

62541 F.-iVonr U7 1:25% 

621M Major D>mo 

62502* bBn;n»a J 

CC433 Kimeua 

(61836) C.'jmty Ijidy 

6-2643 July Fly 108 1:2.7% 

610C0 bWreeklcGS 

62439 iiBcan Ppiiler 122 1:26% 

625S3 bJmmita HI 113 1:23% 

62102* bMisa Orb 

63579 Salome 

Seventh R.-v.~o_l 1-16 Mnes. 
Purse $400. 4 -year olds and upward. 

62641* Don Dodge 98 1 :4S% 

C2584 b8lM>rt Slop 10.8 1:47% 

62S47 .laekstniw 107 1:47% 

C254S* bLe Babifre lOS 1:49% 

62641 bRallbird 109 1:49% 

63423 Wei tic I,ass 

C8497 bITimitive 101 1:.72% 

62641 Wilton Arrow (51)103 1:.71'% 



« 111. .700 

7 10^;..7()0 

5 106..700 

Ciairaing. 

8 115X725 

6 199X720 
4 11.7X71.7 

11 10*;X715 

6 K;9x710 

7 111X710 
10 1 Hi: 70-5 

9 1tlX70i 

4 114. .700 
10 111X700 

5 111 . .760 
» 109 X 700 

n.siming. 
3 100X725 
9 117X71.7 
C 113-.):715 
a 111X717 
3 99 X 71.7 
3 105X710 

8 111. .710 

3 105X710 
lO 114X7()5 

7 19.8X70.7 

6 111. .70.7 

5 111. .7(X) 

rir.iining. 

7 111X725 

7 116X720 

8 107. .715 

6 107:1:715 
6 111X710 

4 109.. 705 

5 105. . 705 
5 107.. 700 



Gem worked well. Bit of White showed 
I speed. Jeanne Bowdre was only cantering. 
Lady Madcaj) galloped easily. Kewpie O'Neil 
showed good speed. Mom is extra good. 

NEW TOP.k:, N. Y., June 14.— Today's 
gallops over the local courses included the 
[ following: 

BELMONT PARK TRAINING TRACK. 
Weather clear; track faat — 

Throe-Eighths Mile. 



929 BiBy Watts 


...38% 


Noel 


.34% 


039-P.eUkl 


..36 


947-Bcforu«-r .... 


.36 


Befov 


..37’% 


Simph-i 


.35 


931-I)o<!c 


..40 


947-South.* rn Bc-llc 


.36 


9’28-Irish Pat ... 


. .3':% 


947-TaR.'.ll 


.36 


Jacquclina . . . .35-% 
913-Lncky Anto;iie..88% 


9H-Thun«lcn-!np . 


.34% 





Half 


Kile. 




946-Astrolite .... 


.50 


047-MoDtnlvn . . . 


. 43% 


947-.4noaymou» . . 


.43% 


909- I’olly Ann . . 


..r.4% 


946-Alnd6iii 


.47% 


9 43 Bo o Hill .. 


. .4.3% 


94l-Ghc.*itfrhrook 


.20% 


939-Uiuiifraatl .. 


. .43 


942-Chatenng-iy . 


. .49 


947- Bi gel 


- ..'‘O'-iS 


937- Dark Magic 


..50 


IJoKc'-nt! 


. .:.()% 


»46-F.d. Al. Poe 


.49% 


94l-Buni*’ath ... 


...51% 


946-FSj:iinoctial 


. .48% 


947-SaU-l!;tc ... 


..'.0% 


»4*1-Fnith VV. ... 


.49% 


92.8-tJanrc 


..4S% 


947-Hourl)el 


..50% 


908-Sp:c;id 'agio 


..n% 


889-Ix)h;sc t!rooJy.49% 


'lOu! Cor«ciir 


...51% 


Midday 


. .49 


947-Violtt hiiie 


..30% 



OP^A HA ENT RIES 

Probabilities: Weather dear; track fast. 

Raring starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time 3:30). 
® Superior mud runner. x Good mu-l runner. 
Fair mud runner. (M) Maidens. •.Apprentice 
allowance, b Blinkers. 

First Ra-^1 Mil*. 

Purse $.500. 3yeur-olds and upward. Claiming. 



Claiming. 
Today’s 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A.Wt.IIan. 

62»f$ bMand M 107 1:41% 8 1A5..700 

62462 Capt. Hodge Ill 1:41% 7 115x697 

6SSC3 lionise Paul 110 1:42% 12 110X6S0 

62545* bAi'clamation 105 1:52% 6 115X690 i 

62421 Tyranny 6 HS.-tiSj, 

62554 Fitzgerald 112 1:4.3% 12 115X680 

e?f.5a .Tno. H. Roche (M >107 1:48% 5 115. .(tSO 

62461 The Okl.iliomantM) 13 115. .680 

Second Raco — 3-4 Mile. 

Purse .$500. 3-year-*!«ts and upward. Ciaiming. 

63569 bTawaaeiitha 107 1:13% 4 10S:;<725 

62640 bWinriH-ster 196 1:14 4 116..720i 

62509 North Shore 102 1:14% 4 lllX715j 

CZSiS Will o’ the WLsp .. 99 1:15% 4 116X715 

69537 Day of Wnith- . . .UGl 1'.% 1 

62560 Wi«e Judge 110 1;1<% 

626C5 Vera’s Clioice (M) .llO l;20%ay 3 16«. .705 

62566 Innovation 9 111x70T>! 

63607 Kimberly 8 110. .707] 

(62588) Rose May Brown. .112 1:16% .7 111..700I 

62645 Sovereign II 9 113. .700 

626?6 Johnnie Dyer (M) . 4 116.. 700 

62462 Milton Kob!ec ....113 1:16% 11 116 x 700j 

Third Race— 3-4 Kile. j 

Purse $509. 3-yenr-oids end upward. Oaimi:ig. 1 



Five-Eighths Mila. 

942-Clinker;na ..1:06% 941 Rw. and P’ttyl ;12% 

946- Jack Horner. 1 :02% Solomon 1:04% 

94G-Homp. Ilonie.l ;0.3'% 

Three-Quarters Mile. 

^46-Dt. .Tohnron.l:15% 948-Mer. )ler;ne 1:25 
940Trish Confett:l;15% 947-.N.atirni;f.t ...1:15% 
937 K.Ti-S.ing 1:16% 947-Nortl:clirf ...1:!9% 

947- Loiterer 1:15% 931-Knfn- lliiey.l ;’2l 

Sover.-Eighths Mile. 

047- Irish Sea ...1:27 

One Mile. 

948- Belle Boyd ..1:49 924-Soumangha .1:46 
946-May Hninptoiil :49 

ThundercLsp has his speed. Noel showed 
a good fi.ish of speed. Aladdin ran well. 
Equinoctial was not extended. Kai-Saug 
is trainin.g well. Naturalist tr- nearing rac- 
ing condition. Irish Sea worked impressively. 

JAMAICA. 

Weather clear; track fast — 

Three-Eighths Mile. 

940-Ambler 37% 929 .Vomial .87% 

Ail American.. 38-% Olt-PlutT 36 



947-Blue Hawk ...36 
929-Cry.stal Ford . .40 

Hillliouie 38 

908- John. Dundee.. 37 



9‘22 Kiun.mel 49 

947-Re< oniui’d;. tion 37% 

939 Sweep/ 37% 

941-Stony Point ...35% 



1. W. Hairier .. 



Ind. Ilor^e. 


Wt. 


Fin. 


Jockey. Straight. 


62460 N. K. Real 


115 


1% 


R 


Scoville 


175-lOe 


02336* Hazel W. 


W3 


2»i R 


Esrenshadc 


575-1(4) 


( 62461 )Bill Hoad 


115 


33 


H 


S Joucs 


295-100 


62421 ’Dainty I.a.dy 107 


4» 


D 


Hum 


275-100 


62550’RaIfour 


US 


5 


S 


Carter 


104.5-100 


$2 inutuels paid. 


.N. 


K. 


Beal, $5.50 straight. 


•13. -TO place, $2.50 


show : 


; Hai*‘ 


1 W., $7.00 


place, 



..107 1:13% 



(Taimi:ig. 

7 116X725 



62548* 


Thirty Seven . 


112 


1:13% 


9 


11*5X720 ] 


(62458) 


Miss Frauland 


lOS 


1:10% 


3 


98X715 


62507 


San Pablo .... 






4 


111. .713] 


62419 


Myrtle A 


111 


1:12% 


9 


111.. 715 1 


62586 


Flaxy Mao 






2 


9 4. .710 ' 


(62311) 


Brown Dirk . . 


115 


1:13% 


r* 


103. .710i 


62508 


Gomel 


115 


1:14% 


13 


110;!:71oj 



62416 Did RIuo 



6« M Kit-hards’ n <>»-10) 



62281 Bill Si-iviius H5 G'i W Varley 49."-)-100 

Smile Again 112 7 R .Tones l:iF'-l<» 

tUoupItd i;i beitieg us Tam o’ Shunter Stable and 
B. A. Joiu'8 rairy. 

.82 n.>i;ne!s jniid, Del.inte, .$.8-10 straight, $2.20 
place. $2.i;o show; Tam o’ Sbcn'.er Stable and B. A. 
Jours ea:ry, $2.30 place, $2..S0 show. 

K;uiv;.li-at iKiokiug odds — Delanic, 70 to 100 
s!r:iigM, 10 to lO) place, 30 to 10) show; Tam o’ 
Sbanler Sialde and B. A. Joiu-s entry, 15 to 100 
place, 40 to 100 siiow. 

Tims, 51%. Track slow. 

Winner — P.. McClain’s b. c, by Setli — Keep Mov- 
Jtig, by Yankee (trained by B. McClain; b.->d by 
ilr. Ik-njamin A. Junes), 

Went to p>st at 2:40. At post 1 minute. St.irt 
gor:(l and slow. Won driving; st-cond and third the 
same. 

Scratched — DvceltDjl I’earl, 112. 



0Ong0 SECOND RACE— 6 12 Furlongs. Purse 
^ (590. 3-ycar-oltls ar.d upward. Ciaim- 

ing. Net value to winner $460; secoad, $70; third, 
$33. 

iSjniv. Odds. 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jo<ke». Straight. 

62311 Crispie 1-37 !•> J Singleton Sf-'-lOO 

G'J54.7*Inuovatlon 111 R Dority 440-1)0 



$3.20 sl'csv; Bill Head. $2.(50 sliow. I 

E'lnivalent booking odds — N. K. Beal. 175 to 100' 
straiglit. 75 to 100 place, 25 to 100 show; Hazel j 
W., 2.-J) to 100 place, (» to 100 show; BiU Head, 
30 to 100 allow. 

Time, 1:44%. Track slow. 

Winner — C. Nealy’s ch. h. 8, by Glorifiep — 
Purit.an Girl, by 7’ar.kce (trained by C. tjiiigley; 
bred by Mr. J. H. Shreve). 

Went to pisit at 5:42. At post 1 minute. Start 
good un-J slow. Won easily; second and third 
driving. 

Si ratched— (62380) M = Wred. 105; 625<a) North 
Shore, lOt; (2M61 George James, 106; 62462 Milton 
Uoblce. 106. 



(62418) Flossie F 16 111X70-5! 

(62544) Eddie Full- r 122 1:15% 4 116.. 707 

626C6* Tom Ellison (M)... 5 11 6.. 70.7 

(62589) Walterina 6 111:;:7(X) 

62536 Our Leader 113 1:14% 13 116X70) 

Fourth Race— 3-4 Kile. 

Council Bluffs Handicap. 

Purse $500. 3-year-oIds and upward. 

62339* tMOTOU COP 1.84 1:11% 7 1.72x7.70 

(62S3S)j*Money 10-t 1:11 8 1’25074O 

(62547) Manicure 100 1:14 3 1(12.. 7.8.7 

62S3C* Ikey T 100 1:12-% 4 169 X "37 

(62546)t*bPhrone Ward lOS 1:12% 6 107. .730 

(65609) Marcel!.a Boy 101 1:1.7 4 100.7.80 

(62459) bKlrstie’s Cub 117 1:14% 7 116x7391 

62288 bNew Model 7 90..T‘20| 

62418* bPreciou.s Jewel ...104 1:13% 0 98X7’20 

tCoupled as C. U. Irwin and N. B. Updike en- 
try. 

Fifth Race — 1 KUe, 

Omaha Chamber of (’oinnveree Handicap. 

Purse $1 h09. 3-year-o!ds and npw.ird. 

654C0* tFrankUn 106 1:40% 9 108 x 723 

(63460) Woodie ilontgam- 

cry 107 1:40% 9 120X 720 

6C460 Tuny Beau 108 1:41% 4 112x715] 



8 1’25074O 

3 1(12.. 7.8.7 

4 169 X 737 

6 107. .730 
4 100. .7.80 

7 116X739 
7 90..T‘20 



Half Mile. 

•iiO-Bnllet 49% 947-Out and Gone . 49 

929-Irene De'.sa ...51 921 Ilo-e.;te H 51% 

,939- John Joseph ..50% 947-Rprgs 53'% 

Five-Eighths Kile. 

945 ;Wtie Wo*d».1.09%~ mT ''ork L7-.n 1:04 

943 Brainstorm ..1:01% 945 Mi-re. ry .. 1 % 

943-Brother Pat. 1.02% 930 H L-giit TH..1:0»; 

Three-Quarters Kile. 

954) Crocus 1:17 940 Bun' t. nr 1:14% 

9-t7-Dimmoadiile .1:16% 947-Raiiihviw Hoy 1 19 

7r)3-l’mdish 1:13% 947 WhUk 1:20 

940- Pen Bose ... 1 :24% 

One Mile. 

947-Bi-oomster ...1:48% 947-Riren Maid ..1:48% 

947-M. A. Noouanl:.'! 939 T-keh 1:49-% 

950-MorTich 1:40 

Stony Point has a fine* way of going. 
Brain.storra wa.s not exter.Gotl. Di.no’.estlalo 
was under restraint all the way. Kunstar 
is nearing racing condition. Pnaii^li worked 
exceptionally well. Broomster seems fresh 
and ready. Morvich’s fractional time was 
33%, 47%, 112%. He tired slightly .and the 
work slioiild put him at his best form for 
the Carlton Saturday. 

AQUEDUCT. 

Weather clear; track fast — 

Three-Eighths Mile. 



ERIE ENTRIES 



Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jo<ke». Straight. 

62311 Crispie 1-37 !•> J Singleton 39')-100 

G'J54.7*Inuovatlon 111 R Dority 440-1)0 

62.70.7 I<af!y Eileen 107 ®( J McBride 27!G-100 

624.78 = Ov rstep 10*) 4} B Scheffel trj5-10.) 

62505*Sir John Jr. 112 6J 7V Manders lH't-lW 

C2506 Flaxy M.ne 99 61 M Richards’n 1K<)-1C0 

6256*! FabUio.n Girilii7 7* E Kom 6755-100 

62505 Jo’innie I)yer 116 8*5 E Bi-.rncs t 

6-2477 Pai Imndler H2 9* T ’rttrailkill tW-i-l-TO 

<.2501*Dcs'. rt Rose 107 10 G Ury 610-100 

62546 Denr.ro 112 I.^'ft.M Hodges 5945-KX) 

$2 mutu-cis paid, t'ri.>-p!e, $9.8© «tra;ght, $4.60 

place, $3.81) s.iow; Innovation, $4.40 place, $4.00 
show; I>j|riy Eiieen, $7.50 sliow. 

r.ipiivaient iKX-Kiug o<idH— t’ri.«pie, 390 to ICO 
Kt:-.-iigbt. 130 to ICO niai-e. 90 to 109 show; Intiova- 
lion. 120 To 100 I'Idce, iOO to 100 show; I.suiy Eileen. 
275 to 100 siiirw. 

Time, 1:10%. Track slow. 

Winner — F. H. Irwin’s b. ni. 9, by Hapshu-g — 
StanncI, by liimyar ttraiued by F. R. Irwin; bred 
by Mr. J. 11. M.-t’arreii). 

Went to post at 3:10. At ;*ost 1 minute. Start 
goo-1 and slow for ail but Deugro. Won driving; 
m-cand end thir-.l the same. 

keratehe*! — 621.77 Melidy Man, 107. 

62587 ^^SD RACE— 5 1-2 Fnrloujs. Prj-s* 
$560. 3-ycar-olia acd upward. Clelm- 
ing. Net value to u inner $433; sec'^nd, $70: third, 

E lu’v. Odds. 

Ind. Horae. Wt. Fin. Jo.-ljy. Straight. 

62507* Herder 116 1*J D H;ttm 50-100 

624 17 ‘Lit. Pointer 107 21 J Singleton 1040-109 

62158 Helen Major 99 3‘ P, .Sc-heffel 442<)-10!) 

62505 Indianula 112 4’-* R Dority 3205-luO 

Chilly Day 117 6* T Johnston ti51.)-b>0 

627CI Nellie \V”w-er 107 6' T Shockley 3025-100 



T^ figures under the heading “Bee.” in the 
entries )>elow show the best time ef each horse 
at tho distance since January 1, 1920, no matter 
where it finished. In easc.r where record was 
made on other than a fast or good track, 
abbreviations show track conditions. 



IVobnbilities: Weather clear; track fast. 

K.-ieiiig starls at 2:30 p, ni. (Chicago time 1:30). 
® .8uiK*rii*r niml niiiner X Goe.d mud runner. 
:I: Fair mud rmiiier. (M) hlaidcnt. •.\pprentic* 
sllowaiiee. b 1’, linkers. 

First B.ace— About 5-8 K=le. 

Purse $190. 3-year-olds and upw.;rd. Claiming. 

Toda.v’s 

Ind. Horae. Wt. Bee. A.lVI.H.an. 

C2458 BriUsh Isles 4 115.. 727 

C24C8* Dr. Cnmplx'll .... 8 115x720' 

ES57^ Virge 8 113. .717] 

6172(r* Mary Maliou 5 166. .715] 

62593 Director .lames ... 5 111X710, 

67578 Hattie Wiildo .... - 6 109x710 

62497 b.\rrosv Point 5 106).. 713 

t£.s83 )'Ma.lvel;o 7 lilXTOCij 

62798 ‘bPeaceful Star .... 9 110X70-7 

625*87 Fait Ac<-om;di ... 5 H)». .700 

C2591 Noiseless (M) .... 11 111.. 700 

62581 Elsrma (M) 5 109.. 70o] 

Second Race — About 5-8 Mile. I 



(62547) Manicure 

(62500) Kegreso 109 1:39% 

C2460 Uifie 98 1 :.88% 

(62549) tUon 3o-e 110 1:40% 

62421* Capt. Clover 120 1:41% 

tC. E. Groves entry. 

Sixth Race— 1 Kile. 
Purae $.700. S-yeer-olds and upward. 

62462* bOork 116 1:40% 

C2545 Bonoliilu 108 1:42 

62550 Kazan Ill 1:42% 

62341 bH.md Sweep 110 l:418i 



9 120X 7201 
4 112X715] 
3 98.. 71.7 

8 ia8X715 
7 lOtlxTlO 
7 105tj:707 
3 101X700 



Purae $.700. S-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 

62462* bOork 116 1:40% 7 110X725 

C2545 Honolulu 108 1:42 7 110:!:72a 

62550 Kazan Ill 1:42% 10 115x715 

62341 bH.md Sweep 110 l:418i 4 115x710 

62461 George James 100 l;49%m 4 115x7051 

63648 Ethel Toth (51)... 5 110. .70) 

62381 Marshal Tiighman .113 1:40% 13 115x790 

62546 Bolala Ill 1:43 11 115X700 

Seventh Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 

Puree $500. 3-year-o'ds and upward. Claiming. 
65461* Ixtrena Moss 101 1:47% 6 108x725 



947-EarTT Bird ....3.3% 


914 S-.vcfp Bt . 


....39% 


916-Pastoral . 


38 


047-Valor ...... 


....37% 




Half 


Kile. 




946-.4thenitone 


....49% 


946-Mavourrcen 


....'*0% 


934-.4theluton 


r»2 


946 Polythi.i . . 


49 


915-OaBllcton 


54% 


934 - Roi; ndxm -» n 


.. .r.3 


9iG-Court View ...51% 


9-47-Scolti«:i Ch 


icf 52 


942-Lacerta . 


49% 








Five-Eighths Mile. 




939-Ella C. .. 


....1:06% 


Noon Hour 


..1:06% 


946-Mandalay 


...1:G4 








Three-Quarters Mile. 




947-Bayoiine . 


....1:19-% 


93S-New Oileins 1:18 


945-Horeb 


....1:IS% 


9C^S-So It 


..1:13 


943-Jaunebar 


1:30 


945-Serenadcr . 


-.1:23 


040-Liberty Girl 1 :17% 








Seven-Eighths Mile. 




917-Dexterous 


...1:32 


942- Bay Jay .. 


..1:30 




One 


Mile. 




946-Canyon . . 


....1:43*% 


945-Notime . . - . 


...1:46% 


947-M’y Agnes S.l:44% 








Kile and 


an Eighth. 




9iK)-Be Frank 


...1:57% 







(62340) Letnrack 

62580’ Bo-ess 

(62259) Mark Denunzio . 
62544 Veatina (M) .. 

621C2 bllrando 

62361 Caraway (M) .. 



. .108 1:48% 
..1(81 1:49% 
..114 1:43% 



Claiming. 

6 108X725 

4 10^.. 720 

5 116X715 

7 11‘.!X713 
4 116. .710 
3 91 . . 705 

13 111X705 

6 10«. .70-) 



Ray Jay ran well. Be Frank i.s improving 
rapidly. Serenader was cantering. I’olythia 
worked well. Canyon worked fast. 

MONTRKATj, Que., June 14. — Today’s 
training gallops here included the following: 
BLUE BONNETS. 

Weather clear ; track fast — 

Three-Eighths Mile. 



IVrve 


100. 


.3-*ear-o!ds and upward. 


Claim 


ns. 


62-123 


A t lig-j 


rven 


3 


10 iX 


725 


C2501 


Qucci 


of the 8p.i.. 


v» 


11.7. 


720 


(3552 


Kiltv 


('lies tliara . . . 


S 


10;). 


715 




Trader 


4 


111. 


710 


6-<:S$S 


.Marzi 


ila 


6 


ICK). 


705 


CX5S9 


G.ny Ijfe 


8 


109. 


705 




(I'd 


;ii> »M) 


i\ 


111. 


7*k) 


C3467 


Kiity 


Maude (M). 


3 


100. 


700 


62469 


J. K. 


He-tz (M) .. 


4 


HI. . 


700 


62537 


lU'd 


'Lief (M) ... 


5 


100. 


70<) 


62346 


l4>”is 


Rcidel (M).. 


6 


HI. 


700 




Fob 




111. 





LATEST TEAINING GALLOPS 

( 951 ) 

T.ATONI.A, I\y., June x4. — Today’s training 
gallops here were as fellows; 

LATONIiV. 

Threo-Eightba Mile. 



949-Ohow 


...37 


940-IJon d’Or 


.41 


947-GaU*ptjt . . . 


...42 


948-Mtimbo Jumbo 


37 


94.VHecltai>s ... 


...38 


&4.5-Uoyal Du( k . . 


.39 


949-Juaquina . . . 


...39 


948-Uarkct 


.38 




Half 


MUe. 




917-Bahistrade . 


. . .52 


947-Royal Gift .. 


.5(1 


944-I’istouri ... 


...54 


949-I’pIurtant 


.53 


913-Uerruu 


...52 


frlS-Ti:e Enquirer 


51: 



Anna B.-iina . .28% 
947-B.srb. l‘:*laicr. .36 

924-Biddlcdce .37', 5 

Clover 36 

4’2S-Dr. Hickman... 35 
922-Grcat Luck ...3S',4 



6’i549*iropovcr 115 7* J Gr-cber 6.,ti-lJ0 

<:2548 Blue- Jay IIS S' E B;tr)uini llKlO-liX) 

62286 S-'n. B'r.rick 116 »* W Varley ll.’l.'.O-PJO 

FI276 'I'iHutson 112 10 I. Mills 

.$2 nsuliicls jiaid. Herder, $->.()0 straigiit, $.2.80 
pl-acc, $2.!!0 show; L ttle Pointer, $3.00 place, $3.70 
ehow ; Helen iiajor, $8..'0 *how. 

E luiv.-.le.nt b**.ka*g *h!(Is— H elfier. .50 to 100 
straight, 40 to 105 place, 45 to 100 show; I.ittle 
I'ointer, 95 to 109 place, 85 to 100 sbo*v; Helen 
klajer, 825 to lUO *hew. 

Time, 1:10%, Track slow. 

Winner — C. 15. Irwin’s br. g, 7, by Colin — Bel- 
gravia, by I’a-n Brush (trained by C. 11. Irwin; 
bred by Wicklif fc Stud). 

Went to po t at 3:42. At post 1 minute. Start 
g<md and alow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

Scratched — (52.508 Jim Uarater, 112; 62509 Ben 
Grecclcaf, 1X2. 



Third Race — Abaut 5-8 Mile. I 

Purse $100. 4 year-oids and upward. Cl.aiming. ; 

(82324) William Humphrey 7 117.. 725 

(62539) Kitly Johnson ... 6 115..T'J0 

62465* ‘Midian 5 115:i:715- 

(62537) bWalter Mack 7 li:5..715; 

(G:503) San Diego 5 117. .713 

Gjh’79-' Fond lietie .5 111X715] 

62-126 Lni-Mcme 5 112:’;:T10! 

62t£0 Neg 7 108x710 : 

62-581* Pf.mcr**no (i 112,-, 7*>5i 

64629 Hf-ini'-phere ...... 6 108.. 705! 

CI467 bFoi-j-Ieaf (M) 4 10*!..T(K) 

G2539 bliu2z:is 7 lUixTOO 

Fourth Rico — C 1-2 Furlongs. 

1‘nrse $400. 4 yc;ir-cl '.a an l upward. Claiu-ing. 

62201 bMa<-liine Gunner 1:22% 4 lltX)25 

62427 bi;=iaro;ai 119 1:22% 0 111. .72*); 

C2501* Bay 113 1:22% 14 111071.3, 

620ES Rosefieid 120 1:25 % 0 109. .715 

62427 Bees vaw 6 1 1.8.. 715 ^ 

6S582 Benccla 5 109.. 710 ! 

62-1X4 Miunic II 115 1:26% 6 109X710 1 

62543 War Club 0 l'.4x710 ’ 

6312^1 Regular 10 109X705 



942 -Brass Tacks ...60% 

700 Bull;on 49% 

947-Calcutta 50% 

917-Louls A 49 

934-Modna 50 



25% 9.^5 Green Gold 35% 

.3*1 IHS-Hoaor Man ..37% 
.37', 5 701 I..sEt Briisli ...30% 

36 945-I’anna 37 

.35 915-P!ayfnl Miss..37'i 

3S',4 93G Prince K 38 

Half Mile. 

.50% 9-10- Power .50 

.49% 917-Sir. Tbos. Keanr0% 

50% 940- Stump Jr 50 

.49 945-Suave Prince.. .49% 



Fi/e-Eightha Kile. 

94*5-Carry On ...1:04 948-LUiyd George 1:02% 

94i> Fair laissie .1:<>4 944-M«*sa Kit ...1:07 

945Gratian 1:04% 919-Top Notch ..1:06 

888-Jiict]iiclia .1 :t)(j 

Three-Quarters Mile. 



94SAf fectation . 


-l:16-’% 


936-Fincry 


.1:20 


709- A 1 


.1:19 


840-John. OVerionl;17% 


950 Billy Kelly . 


. 1 :‘-2 


949 May Ky»e .. 


.1:22 


9-14 Bread IJne 


.1:18% 


946-Mainniast . . 


.1:17 


94.VBryntI*o-aa . . 


.1:31 


940-?Jarjorie M. 


1:17% 


91U-Claosiiiaii 


■ 1:‘22 


945-NortU Wales 


1:19 


939 Caretaker . . 


.1:17 


939-Par. Diamondl :21 % 


931-I)arnay .... 


.1:23 


948-Sailir.g B. . . 


.1:20 


738-Franc Tireur 


1:’22 


949-War Toga . . 


.1:23 



Five-Eighths Mile. 



940 Allnring 1 :(M 945-:Jol!5e King. .1:03% 

940- (Vnt:moter ..1:02% 947-Mahony V02% 

94B-Kcwp. O’Neill :01% 9.'{9 Mary Pal ...1:03 

950-I.ezi:e 1:02% 947- Vulcanora ...1:02% 

Sll-Lord Allen .1:03 

Three-Quarters Mil*. 

9-10 Advoc-ate 1:17-% 9-10-Mora 1:17 

915-Gangway 1:10% 9C-0-ltob 1:17 

94.3-J. Lowdre ..1:10 943-Kekab 1:15 

943-J. S. Reanlonl:17 934-Virgo .......1:17 

Eeven-Eightha Mile. 

941- Parader 1:31% 

One KUe. 

C42-P.crmout 1:46% 950-I^dy Madcapl:4S 

932-Bit of W)iite.l:41% 943-M. J. Daly ..1:43 

94.5 Gem 1:44 942-RouIeau 1:43 

940-Jim Daisy.. .1:45% 939- Willow Tree. 1:44 

950 Kinburn 1;13 



9C-0-P.ob 1:17% 

943-Kekab 1:15 

934-Virgo 1:17% 



943-M. J. Daly ..1:43 

942-BouIeau 1:43 

939-Willow Tree. 1:44% 



One Mile, 

949 Boniface 1:49 949 Paddle 1:40% 

9-10 Eleanor S. ...1:47% 949 Sea Tale 1:48 

949 Moco 1:49 670-Si*ectac. Girl 1:47% 

Mile and an Eighth. 

049-Honynhnhnm 2:07 

Racket and Heeltaps ran well from tha 
barrier. The Enquirer is showing form ; 
about ready. Chow showed a fast three- 
eighths; is rounding Into good form. Lloyd 
George showed a fine turn of speed ; some- 
thing unusual for him. Gratian ran welL 
Fair Lassie showed a good turn of speed and 
is In fine form. Top Notch was doing his 
best. Billy ICelly was cantering. Affecta- 
tion showed good speed in the first part, but 
quit badly. Bread Line ran well. Marjorie 
M. and Johnny Overton worked together, 
showing good speed. Boniface galloped fast 
and is in his best form. Paddle is in fiug 
fornk 




12 DATI.Y RACING FORM. ■ Th msday, Jane 15, 1922 

WEIGHTS FOR THE ENQUIRER! chilly day at bhlmont fast EAcmG at latonia ascot gold cup probables 



Willi* Sharpe Kilmer’s Exterminator Assigned 
Crushing Impost of 140 Pounds. 

IjATONIA, Ky., June 14. — Weig-hts for the 
Knquirer Handicap, for three-year-olds and 
upward, with 55,000 added, at a mile and a 
sixteenth, to be run at l^atonia Saturday, 
June 17, have been announced as follows: 



norsp. 


Wt. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Exterminator .... 


..140 


Ginger 


.102 


Mad ilattrr 


..1.32 


Irish Brigadier .. 


.102 


Tryst er 


..124 


MeGoodwin 


.102 


Tlimiderplap 


..122 


Blanche Mac 


.102 


Itbu'k Servant . . 


..122 


Marjorie Hynes . 


.102 


United Verde .... 


..120 


Advocate 


.101 


Guy 


..120 


Brother Batch ... 


.101 


itest I’nl 


..119 


John Finn 


.101 


Disti notion 


..119 


Jim Daisy 


.101 


Firebrand 


..119 


Ijintadcs 


.101 


Uroukhult 


..117 


Frank W 


.101 


Or. Clark 


..117 


Sands of IMcasurc 


.101 


Lady Madcap 


..no 


Gangway 


.101 


Playfellow 


..116 


Colored Boy 


.101 


KnoMiie 


..115 


George Kuffan . . 


.100 


Bit of 4711110 


..115 


Klnburn 


.100 


Sunny S1 o]h: 


..iir, 


liong Gresa 


.100 


Minto 11 


..114 


John S. itenrdon 


.100 


Wood trap 


. .110 


Jeanne Itowdre 


.100 


Mulciljer 


..100 


Royal l*alm 


.100 


Olympus 


..109 


Carpenter 


.100 


Ibwket 


..109 


Princess Palatine 


.100 


(’.entinsrter 


..109 


Supercargo 


.100 


Our b'l.ig 


. .109 


Barracuda 


. 9S 


Apliie Di'ar 


. .las 


Billy Dunn 


. 86 


Stock'ivcU 


. .lOS 


Gherry Tree 


. 9(5 


Coyne 


. .KXi 


Ijord Alien 


. 9i> 


Sway 


. .106 


Uib Grass 


. 9(5 


Bread Man 


..10.'. 


Lonnnna 


. 95 


Bstero 


..10.'» 


Isicknow 


. 9"> 


Sterling 


..105 


l..;cwellyn 


. 95 


Brainstorm 


..10*1 


Uncle Vela 


. 95 


Sir Thomas Kean. 


. .101 


Gliarles Henry .. 


. 9 'i 


Pe.aee rer.naiit .. 


. .104 


War I'rize 


. »4 


Pararter 


. .lot 


Csuitilevcr 


. 94 


Bnt Music 


..104 


itekeb 


. 93 








. 92 


Neddhi’i 


. .10.5 





. 92 


B'.ISV A :V4 rliMI! .. 


. .10.3 


I. ins Clark 


. 91 


r.unio:i 


. .103 


.'i shlr.nd 


. 91 


Broomster 


..103 


Itandel 


. 90 


By Goeh 


..103 


!lot> 


. 90 


Itadio 


..103 


(-'pulcnt 


. 90 


Make Up 


..102 







BROKERS PROVE MORE 

GENEROUS THAN EMPERORS 

PARIS, France, June 14. — fSeorse Stern, 
who redo Ramus to victory In the French 
Derby at Chantilly Sunday, smiled broadly 
as he pocketed a targe bonus, which the own- 
er of Ramus, Marcel Boussac, handed him. 

“Brokers are more generous than emper- 
ors,” said Stern, reminiscently. Fo’"'’ — 
poror William many,- •<■ a story goes, j 

bZT.l u hurry call to Stern to ride his horse 
in the Grand I’rix In Berlin a few years be- 
fore the war. Stern won the race for the 
emperor, and the court major-domo afterward 
handed the jockey 2,000 marks;. 

“Thanks ; J'il give this to my valet.” Stem 
is rci)orlcd to have said, adding : “As for me, 

I want 10,000 marks." 

A Icng discussion ensued and the major- 
domo m.ade several trips between his imperial 
master and the jockey before the emperor 
finally accepted the rider’s terms. 

"The emperor found this wrangling very 
annoying." the major-domo volunteered as he 
handed over ten bills to the jockey. 

"Not half as much as I did.” retorted Stem. 
-♦ 

LATEST NEWS ON THE 

LOUISIANA SITUATION 

NKW ORBF.ANS, I>a., June 14.— The Butler 
bill, designed to kill racing in Louisiana, is 
expected to bo returned to the house of rep- 
resentatives tonight by the legislative bu- 
reau wiLli the notation that the Tobin amend- 
ment, proposing parish option, is unconstitu- 
tional, according to word th.at leaked into 
New Orleans today, although the legislative 
bureau has not announced its opinion of tlie 
measure. 

The contention Is that if racing is a vice 
under the terms of the original bill it cannot 
be determined by local option whether such 
practices will be permissible in separate 
l>arislics. 

The Dalos-Johnson hill, prohibiting the pub- 
lication of Information on races, was re- ■ 
ported back to the senate today by the ju- 1 
diciary of the senate with an amendment ‘ 
providing that the bill apply only to li- 
censed trac-ks. This make.s the measure con- 
form to the Butler bill in its scope. 

CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF ! 

Insurance — John A. I’ayne, General Agent, j 
Cincinnati. — Adv. j 

The six-year-old gelding Gold Stone died I 
at Cleveland recently frotn blood pojsoning. | 

K. lO. Major disposed of Mary Jane Baker] 
to G. Stewart at a private sale, and she ^ 
ran in Mr. Stewart’s colors and interests, 
in the last race Tuesday at Dufferin I’ark. j 

Fred Burlew reported that Irish Brigadier j 
was recovering from the Injury he had re-| 
ceived when he was kic’Kcd the last time he’ 
raced. For a time he feared the injury! 
might result seriou.sly, but be said today that! 
to his siii-prisc It was healing nic!ely already.! 

Sunday’s storm in New York did consid- 
erable d.ainage at the Aqueduct course, all ■ 
of the starling stands being blown down 
and the glass in the windows of the grand- 
stand shattered. The roofs over the stables 
occupied by the C. A. Stoneliam and R. O. [ 
Miller horses were blown off. 

H. B. I.arvey reports that his good sprinter] 
Fort Churchill pulled up quite lame after i 
his race Monday at Dufferin Park. Mr. j 
Larvey will ship to Dorval at the conelu- , 
sion of the Dufferin meeting, as will J. i 
Whatley with his six horses, and II. I’aino j 
witli three, the property of J. A. Burger. 



(CoDtinuocI front first page.) 
the lower end of the course Phoenix and 
Kingdom IL had both raced by Karlocker, 
but Pierce was still kcjeping the second one 
of the Davis string plugging along at his 
best pace. By this time Crawford was lengths 
b,ack of the others and still rating Lytle 
along strongly. 

The Flanagan horse was jumping cleanly 
and it was evident that he had plenty in 
reserve, while those in front of him were 
well tired out and racing at their best clip. 

Through the back field run both Powers 
on Kingdom II. and Mkhoney on Phoenix 
fought for the lead and the .suicidal duel con- 
tinued around the upper end of the field. 
I’hoenlx bad it an Kingdom IL when he 
made the turn for home, but he was well 
exhausted before he had put the Ehiglish 
horse away and it was then that Crawford 
made his winning rush. 

Bringing Lytle along on the inside with a 
perfectly timed dash, he was almost with 
Phoenix at the last fence and it was no 
trick to beat him from there to the finish, 
'rhen Powers tossed off third for Kingdom 
II. when he ea.sed his mount until Earlocker 
was up in time to beat him for that part of 
the stake in the last stride. 

The Grand National was worth 53,475 to 
the winner, and its running did not demon- 
strate by any means tliat Lytle was the best 
horse, but it did demonstrate conclusively 
that Crawford was the best rider. 

As a final for his race in the mile of the 
Carlton Fred Burlew sent the champion Mor- 
vich a mile in 1 :40 at Jamaica this morning. 
The son of Runnymede and llymir was 
plainly tired at the end. The work-out 
seemed to be all he needs for his engagement. 
His only race this year was his victory in 
the Kentucky Derby and most of his speed 
tests have been over .short distances. 

II. P. Wliitney’s Olympus has arrived at 
Jamaica from the Brookdale Farm and he 
is looking exceedingly fiL He was out for 
ca.sy galloping exercises and may be started 
in the Brooklyn Handicap. 

Morvich will be shipped to Latonia Sunday 
and Snob II., with some of the Cosden two- 
year-olds. will leave for the Kentuclty trac< 
Monday. Pillory, winner of tlie Preakness 
and the Belmont, will probably leave Mon- 
day. 

^ 

ROYAL ASCOT’S OPENING DAY 

(SPECI.\L CABLlklRAM.) 

i>ONi>ON, England, June H. — A heavy rain, 
which began shortly before noon and con- 
tinued until 3 o’clock in the afternoon, marred 
the opening day of the Ascot meet'ng Tues- i 
day. 

Lord Wool.avlngton’s Captain Cuttle, chest- 
nut colt, by Hurry On — Bellavista, winner of 
the Epsom Derby, confirmed his form by j 
scoring an easy victory in the Saint James 
Palace Stakes, a $5,000 added dash, for three- 
year-olds, over the Old Mile course. Ho 
crossed the finish line two lengths in the 
lead cantering and covered the distance in 
1 :41%. 

The Trial Stakes, also for three-srear-olds, 
resulted in a victory for Sir William Cooke’s 
Collaborator, a bay colt, by Circero — Com- 
bination. 

G. E. D. I.angley’s Double Hackle, chest- 
nut colt. 4, by Biichelor’s Double— Sweet 
Hackness, won the Ascot Slakes of $10,000 
added. He carried 101 pounds and was 8 
to 1 in the betting. The favorite. A. R. Cox’ 
Air Balloon, carrying 117 pounds, was sec- 
ond. The two miles were covered in 3 :22. 

The Coventry Stakes, with $5,000 added, for 
two-year-olds at five-eighths, resulted in a’ 
victory for Mrs. S. Whitburn’s Drake, brown 
colt, by Sir Eager — I.ady Biirghley. with 
Lord Derby’s Moabite, by Phalaris — Whit®- 
wash, second. 

The Ascot Gold Vase, a two-mile race, fell 
to Golden Myth, Sir George Bullough’s four- 
year-old bay colt, by Tredennis — Golden Lily, 
The favorite for the Vase was Lord Derby** 
Selene, bay filly, 3, by Chaucer — Serenissima, 
but she met with interference during the run- 
ning and could finish no better than fourth. 

W. Raphael’s Villars, bay gelding, by Sun 
Star — Sospel, won the Prince of Wales 
Stakes, with $5,000 added, for three-year-old 
colts and gehlings, covering the new course 
of a mile and five-eighths in 2 :4i. 

The Queen Mary Stakes, for two-year-olds, i 
brought victory to Lord D’Abemon’s Cos, a 
hroivn filly, by Flying Orb — Renaissance. F. 
Straker’s Chri, by Roi Herodo — Depeche, was 
second and Col. W. F. Story’s Silver Grass, i 
by I’halaris — .Silver Spray, third. 

« 

JOCKEY CLUB HOLDS MEETING 

NEW YORK N. Y., June 14. — At a month- 
ly meeting of the Jockey Club held at Bel- 
mont I’ark today Herbert L. Pratt and 
Howard W. Maxwell v/ere unanimously 
elected to membership. Re.«olutions of .sor- 
row on the death of H. T. Oxnard were 
ordered spread on the minutes. There were 
present at the meeting; August Belmont, 
H. K. Knapp, F. Ambrose Clark, Jos. E. 
Davis, Robert L. Gerry, A. H. Morris, S. D. 
Riddle, Jos. E. Widener and Richard T. Wil- 
son. 

♦ 

HAUNTAMER BACK IN SADDLE 

MONTRE.\Ij. Que., June 14. — Jockey J. 
Huntamcr, who was leading the American 
riders of the current year by a wide margin, 
when be met with a serious accident at 
Tijuana, which nearly resulted fatally, had 
his first mount since that mishap, when he 
rode Fizer at Blue Bonnets In the lust race 
this afternoon. If he rides as well as ho did 
last winter l.ang will have to look to his 
laurels, as his lead over Huntamer for first 
place is only a slight one. 



(Continued from first page.) 

turf devotees, desirous of witnes.sing th« 
Kentucky Special on June 24. Interest in 
the race is becoming feverish and indica- 
tions point to a race rivaling the Kentucky 
Derby. 

“My horses are steadily approaching nor- 
mality,” said E. R. Bradley today, “but it 
will possibly be a full month before they 
can be regarded as over their attack of influ- 
enza and in a condition to resume their train- 
ing.” Mr. Bradley intends shipping his horses 
to Saratoga immediately after the close here, 
there to be rested and trained during the 
period before the opening of the Spa meeting. 

Jockey Harry I.unsford returned today 
from Omaha. Neli., where he rode the first 
part of the meeting there. He will resume 
his saddle work here, but it will be a tough 
task, as he lias considerable reducing to do. 

Mose Goldblatt had Mayor Carrel, an in- 
tended .starter in the second race, excused 
by the stewards, because of illness. The two- 
year -old gelding took sick this morning. 

Jockey H. J. Burke returned to the saddle 
today, after serving a five-day suspension, 
given him by starter A. B. Dade. 

M. Murphy of Golden Maxim fame, and 
Mark Asa Harned, owners of a good stable 
here, were visitors from Louisville today. 

For the first time thi.s year two-year-olOs 
will be sent over the distance of five and 
one-half furlongs tomorrow. The four and 
one-half furlongs races are things of the 
past for this year. 

Milo Shields, owner of A. N. Akin, in the 
first race, lodged .a claim for High Cost, but 
under the provisions of rule 118, the stewards 
declared it invalid. Shields having failed to 
register A. N. Akin as his property when he 
claimed him from E. Trotter on June 8, last. 

J. S. Hawkins raced his first horse of the 
year today. Jack Trout, in the second race. 
The Hawkins string wintered at l.,ouisville 
and all of its members were training in 
great style when sickness invaded it and 
put every horse out of commis.sion. They 
are recovering slowly, but most of tliem 
will not get into action here. 



(SPECTAL CABLEGRAM.) 
LONDON, June 14. — Eleven horses have 
been named overnight to start in the Ascot 
Gold Cup of $20,000 added, to be run Thurs- 
day. The race is a weight for age race, at 
two miles and a half. Following are the 
probable starters \vith their owners, pedi- 
grees, jockeys and weights: 

Mm. U. L. Purnley’s Yutol, br. h. 5. by Santol — 

She (J. Kills) 1.00 

liord Ilerby’s Orevasec, br. m, 5, by Harry of 

Hereford — Glacier (Gardiner) 127 

J. Shepherd’s Kias’s Idler, b. h, 0, by Iximoad 

— Insight (Arc.hibald) 130 

Sir G. Ilullo'Jgh’s Goiden Myth, b. c, 4. by 

Tredennis — Golden Lilly (Rlliatt) 12(5 

Ix>rd Carnarvon’s Franklin, b. c, 4, by Volta — 

Ciimbric (Donofhae) 12S 

Ts>rd Ix>cdondcrry’s ro'.emareh, b. c, 4, by 'ITie 

Tetrarch — Pomace (Childs) 12(5 

Mrs. G. Robinson’s Flamboyant, b. c, 4, by 

Tracery — Simona th (Tapster) 121 

J. A. dc Rothschild’s Jlilenko, br. c, 4, by Kroon- 

sLad — Zotiqao (Grace) 123 

J. nomnn-’.s Nippon, b. f. 4, by Santoi — For- 

tnna (Poi) 123 

IL. Col. R. Chartcris’ I’.allyheron, b. c. 4, by 

Santoi — .\nxiotis (('arslake) 120 

II. Cottrell’s North Waltham, b. h, 5, by Junior 
—Attic Salt (Brans) 130 

TOLEDO MEETING IN AUGUST 



TOLEDO, Ohio, June 14. — A working agree- 
ment for harmony has been established be- 
tween the Toledo Driving Club, which oper- 
ates the Grand Circuit meetings, and the 
thoroughbred interests. So as not to conflict 
in any way with the Grand Circuit the run- 
ning meeting has been curtailed to six days, 
opening August 14 and continuing to August 
19 inclusive. S. H. Holman will manage the 
meeting. The officials will be: Judges and 

.stewards, Joseph A. Murph.v, Herman P. 
Conkling and W. R. Norvell. W. R. Norvell 
will be racing secretary; George T. Miller, 
starter, and John T. Turner, clerk of Ih- 
scales. Toledo has one of tne best mile 
tracks in the West. Mutuels will be used. 



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PILLORY, 6 TO 1, WON 

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HANCOCK LEASES WAR CLOUD TO SHIP TO DEVONSHIRE 



LEXINGTON, Ky.. June 14.— A. B. Han- 
cock, who departed today for liia Ellcrshe! 
Stud Farm, In Virginia, said that he has 
leased War Cloud, the good son of Polymelus’ 
and Dreamy (dam of Bit of White) from A. | 
K. Macomber, and he will s(x»n come from 
France with Star Hawk, sire of Startle,* 
which ho .some time ago leased. | 

Major Thomas C. McDowcU. member of 
the Kentucky State Racing Commission and! 
director of the Thoroughbred Horse Ass(x:la-' 
tlon, has recovered sulllciently from his long 
and serious Illness to be out yesterday, for! 
the first time In several months. Major Mo- ; 
Dowell contemplates a visit to the Latonia 
track for the week-end. I 

John Lowe, trainer for Edward Cebrian, ' 
came up from Latonia and spent the day at 
Keeneland Farm, Inspecting the Cebrian' 
thoroughbreds. ‘ 



MONTRE.AI., Que., June 14. — Several car- 
loads of horses will be shipped to Devonshire 
I’ark at the close of the llorval meeting. 
Among those owners who signified their In- 
tention of shipping are J. H. I>avenport, 
W. D. Bernhardt, Kimball Patterson, with a 
division of tho B. H.arding and J. W. Bean 
Stable: N. S. V.ail, B. Oiapman and U. F. 
Coppage. 

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ENGLISH 1922 STAKE DATES 

Gold Cup. Ascot Juno 15 

Edliiso Stakes. Sandown July 14 

Stewards’ Cup, Goodwood July 25 

Goodwood Cup, Goodwood July 27 

BL Leger Stakes, Doncaster. .Septincber 13 

Cesarewitch Slakes, New- 
market October 11 



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ELIZABETH BEAN $4.86-$2 WON 

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SIREN MAID Second 

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JYNTEE ^ON 

Wednesday, May 24: 

POLYTHIA 64 -WON 

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LUCKY BUTTON 2-1 WON 

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